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Title: We Can Do It! (The Classic Poster on high quality paper ) Date Created/Published: 1941 - 1945 Digital file: 300 dpi, high resolution can be printed up to 44 wide Print option: approximate sizes offered as custom request printed on a museum-quality giclee printer on heavy acid-free archival
Memory Lane: Make Do and Mend — Magic Jelly
We've all seen the Keep Calm and Carry On British wartime propaganda poster (& the countless modern variations) - 70 years later, that's still a great message to live by, isn't it? No wonder that poster is so popular! I have a big collection of vintage British, Australian & Americ
Collection Of World War Propaganda Posters
30 World War I Propaganda Posters I was working on a photoshop tutorial for a war propaganda poster this week. To start off the project I d...
World War II Propaganda Poster Comparison: Introduction
American World War 1 propaganda poster regarding the issue of rationing in the country. The poster is encouraging people to take only what they need and to share the rest throughout.
World War 2: the sequel
Description: Propaganda poster by an unknown artist. Date: World War Two Our Catalogue Reference: INF 3/140 This image is from the collections of The National Archives. Feel free to share it within the spirit of the Commons. For high quality reproductions of any item from our collection please contact our image library.
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Poster: Switch Off That Light! Maybe we can re-purpose the slogan: Less light - More for the future/ More Night Sky. Other ideas?
'Make Do and Mend': Posters From WWI Can Inspire Today
The serious fighting of World War I started 100 years ago. We look back at the posters urging conservation from that war.