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A World War I recruitment poster, featuring John Bull pointing accusingly at the reader, with the text ‘Who’s absent?’ Behind him rows of soldiers can be seen.

Alexander McQueen: Paris Fashion Week Ready-to-Wear

Alexander McQueen: Paris Fashion Week Ready-to-Wear

Alexander McQueen: Paris Fashion Week Ready-to-Wear - Pictures - Zimbio

British Airways

British Airways had some wonderful (and wonderfully weird) posters back in the day

UK Pavilion, Seed Cathedral. Shanghai Expo, China, 2010 © Iwan Baan

UK Pavilion, Seed Cathedral - Exhibition 'Heatherwick Studio: Designing The Extraordinary' at Victoria and Albert Museum

Making the Ordinary Extraordinary Brief - Illustration: Classic TFL Posters

A train every 90 seconds, by Abram Games, 1937 Published by London Transport, 1937 Printed by Waterlow & Sons Ltd, Format: Double royal Dimensions: Width: Height: Reference number:

'India' in Smithsonian Vintage Air posters |At The Edge

Imperial Airways vintage travel poster, ~ 'Fly from England to India in 6 Days via Egypt and Iraq'

National Rail Logo

Classics of everyday design No 5

Incredible logo for British Rail by their Design Research Unit. Margaret Calvert was involved in creating the Rail alphabet too who later went on to help with the Tyne and Wear Metro.

SKYLON cutaway to show the SABRE engine

Reaction Engines obtained the final piece of funding from the European Space Agency. They will develop their SABRE engine.

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