HAVE you ever wanted to own a fridge that looks like one of Britain’s iconic red phone boxes, or Doctor Who’s Tardis?

Oxford entrepreneurs Simon Broughton-Wells and Ben Gibert believe there could be a demand for it.

The duo have launched vinyl print business Vinyl Revolution just off Cowley Road and are on a mission to make fridges cool.

So far they have already helped customers turn fridges into a Marmite jar, a Tabasco bottle, Spongebob Squarepants and a Marshall amplifier.

Mr Broughton-Wells said: “I was working for a company that produces vinyl prints for vehicles and one day I looked at my laptop and thought it would also look good on that,” he said.

“We started selling Macbook covers and graphics in September and we have both been full-time since I left my job at Easter.”

Now the pair offer more than 30 different vinyl covers, costing £65 fitted, but are keen to hear of suggestions for new designs.

Visit vinylrevolution.co.uk for more details.