Apple recently launched their iPhone 5c available in five colours including pink, so we thought we'd scour our photo archive for classic pink phones. Here are a couple of K6s (short for Kiosk No. 6), getting their pink primer undercoat before the familiar red gloss is applied. Sir Giles Gilbert Scott won a competition to design their predecessor the K2, which was launched in 1926 and deployed around London. He followed up with these K6s which were installed nationwide. Gilbert Scott also designed Liverpool Anglican Cathedral, Battersea and Bankside Power Stations, the latter becoming Tate Modern.
The second picture was taken in Nagasaki, Japan. This modest but stylish pay-phone sits in a multi-storey car park that has a baseball batting range on the roof.