English Heritage Posters

 Have you seen these posters: "Drink England"? There's a couple of them that I see every morning, and truly fits with Fougasse's idea that they should be fully visible as you whizz past in a hurry, but if you have the time to move in closer, there's a lot of detail to consider... it's a really interesting juxtaposition of visuals to sum up "all that is great about Britain"?! Wells & Youngs The illustrator: portfolio

Forties Frugality is Back

We mentioned before that the Imperial War Museum is re-using posters from the Second World War to encourage us into good habits to get through the recession! Following the Twitter feed of Mrs Sew & Sew, the campaign is definitely being noticed!  Sarah Mower, Prêt-à-rapporter: This week: Forties frugality, cardie codes and the new nudes, 14 Apr 2009 More of Interest? My Google Alerts is bringing in the usual run of online stores jumping on the bandwagon and…

Abram Games (b.1914, d.1996)

Abram Games: Maximum Meaning, Minimum Means (Touring Exhibition) I went to this exhibition when it first launched at the Design Museum in 2003... really interesting, and a real chance to get up close and personal with Abram Games' iconic works (including the famous banned "blond bombshell"). I have also met Naomi Games a couple of times, who, a note to those of you who think that all Second World War posters are out of copyright...…