Having tradesmen come into your home is a pain -- you've got to be there to let them in, offer halted conversation so you won't appear superior, and hide your copy of Girl with the Dragon Tattoo so they won't know you're not. Now offering professionally installed artwork off-the-shelf, Surface View Two. Surface View's primary operation involves entering homes and custom-pasting selections from their vast art library up on walls; SV2 offers those same works as prints, canvasses, blinds, "Ready to Roll" murals and "Just Stick it Up" wall decals, similar to Post-its, an elegant way to remember to pick up milk. Classily lowbrow stuff includes the "Land of Lost Content" category (50s-70s prints from a parked squadron of caravans to the sylvan Playboy cheesiness of "Woodland Goddess"), vintage Marvel covers from Spider Man to some romantic abomination called My Love, and Haynes Manuals that colourfully depict car & plane cross-sections, like Beetles and Spitfires -- which Heather Mills did after doing the former. More elevated fare falls under National Gallery (Turner, Stubbs, Titian, etc), classic photos from Getty -- including Ali's "Gimmie Five" -- plus a slew of Vintage Maps from the Bartholomew Physical Atlas, Vol. III, Meteorology, 1899 or The Times Atlas of the World, 1957, depicting the likes of Winds Over the Oceans and World Vegetation, with the curious note "Council Estates Go Here". A few galleries feature work exclusively from one individual (Rana Salam's images of 1950s Beirut and middle eastern fantasy women) or specialist outfit, like Atelier Zina de Plagny's vintage Parisian textiles -- so next time you must bring in a tradesman, instead of superior, he'll just assume you're French.