An instance of blue in graphic design that sustains the origin of its widely recognised associations with tranquil waters. Together with the flowing lines, it delivers an aura of serenity.

"This is a poster I worked on for Transport for London. I designed and then intricately cut out all the London landmarks out of paper along two ribbons of paper. It took me a while to work out the composition and cut out every little window by hand!

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"Leave Hitler to Me Sonny" ~ WWII UK poster to encourage evacuation of children from London.

"to london," by sabena vintage travel poster, circa 1950s.

"to london," by sabena vintage travel poster, circa Vintage Travel Poster Vintage Travel Poster Vintage Travel Posters Vintage travel.

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Best of 2016: Posters We Love

piccadilly circus, london, in a photograph from the 1960's, via Taschen

piccadilly circus, london, in a photograph from the via Taschen I remember Dad taking me to London to visit Mum at The Royal Free Hospital in

Aerial view of London, 1930s

London by Alfred Buckham, pioneer of aerial photography. Despite nine crashes he said, “If one’s right leg is tied to the seat with a scarf or a piece of rope, it is possible to work in perfect security.

Tram Services to Finchley & Cricklewood, change at Golders Green. The Underground - Frequent Trains to All Parts of London - 1909 .

Tram Services to Finchley Cricklewood, change at Golders Green. The Underground - Frequent Trains to All Parts of London - 1909 .

Earls Court London - about 150 years ago ... when it was all market gardens.

Earls Court Farm, 1867 ~ The owner, Mr Alloway, is second from left, wearing a bowler. Earls Court Station stands here today.

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