Each of the 7 socks represents an Edinburgh icon.
Edinburgh Castle proudly stands overlooking the whole city, a testament to the city’s history, as if in defiance of time.
By contrast, the view of the bridges represents the passing of time and reflects changes in engineering from 1890 to the present day.
Chimney pots sit precariously at all sorts of wonky angles on top of tall chimney stacks across the city.
The Scott Monument stands guard in the centre of Edinburgh – its presence is so well known that you could almost forget it was there. St Giles Cathedral keeps vigil over the old town, as it has for centuries, peeping over the rooftops, its crown still just noticeable in the city’s everchanging skyline.
Another design shows the beautiful Victorian streetlamps of the city that once inspired a verse by Robert Louis Stevenson, the Lamplighter.
The set finishes with a contemporary twist. In modern Edinburgh, traffic cones and bollards are everywhere. Whether you live here or are just passing through, on foot, by bike, in a bus or in a car, or yes, in a tram, no journey is complete without seeing at least one of these.