The Tate Gallery By Tube; by David Booth of the agency Fine White Line, 1986. ‘The Tate Gallery By Tube’ poster was commissioned for Art on the Underground, a poster-commissioning initiative launched in 1986. | Forgotten London Underground posters - Telegraph

The Tate Gallery By Tube; by David Booth of the agency Fine White Line, More recent posters are still remembered fondly by London commuters. ‘The Tate Gallery By Tube’ poster was commissioned for Art on the Underground, a poster-commissioning initia

Camden Town Station by Christopher Corr

English courses in the centre of London. Learn English in London at competitive prices. Small, friendly school in a great location.

Visit the Empire Ernest Michael Dinkel, 1933 This poster encouraged Underground passengers to visit ‘the wealth, romance and beauty’ of the British Empire. It recommends The Zoo, Kew Gardens and museums as destinations in London to explore the riches of Britain’s distant colonies.

Visit the Empire Ernest Michael Dinkel, 1933 This poster encouraged Underground passengers to visit ‘the wealth, romance and beauty’ of the British Empire. It recommends The Zoo, Kew Gardens and museums as destinations in London to explore the riches

Going to Work by Fabio Corazza. Illustration based on the urban legend that HM the Queen has her own private secret tube station. London Stories Illustrated At London Transport Museum | via Londonist

London Stories Illustrated - Going to Work by Fabio Corazza. Illustration based on the urban legend that HM the Queen has her own private secret tube station.

Post Office Railway poster by Edward Bawden 1935

Post Office Tube Railway: Artwork for a poster Linocut by Edward Bawden. Proposal for the London Underground Poster, but rejected.

1930: ‘Speed’ | 20 Gorgeous Vintage Posters For The London Underground

Speed Underground Poster by Alan Rogers. “ London Transport used posters to advertise the tube in the interwar period using a wide range of artists to capture the excitement of tube travel. This one by Alan Rogers evokes the speed and accuracy.

Imperial War Museum by Edward Wadsworth, 1936

Christie's Tube poster auction: original artwork from 1913 to 1955

Ad of the week: TfL's posters promoting the Tour de France's arrival in London feature some beautiful illustrations by Adrian Johnson

Ad of the Week: TfL, Attention! Le Tour De France

"St Pauls" by Edward Bawden, part of the Nine London Monuments series of linocuts commissioned by Editions Alecto in 1966

British Artist Edward Bawden, one of a group of artists associated with a community of artists that existed around Great Bardfield in Essex, England during the middle years of the century.

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