Tom Eckersley, July 1968

Tom Eckersley British), July The 'Post Office Guide, Charges and services, UK.

Tom Eckersley, 1981.

Tom Eckersley Posters and other graphic work Yale Centre for British Art December 10 1980 - January 11 1981 With thanks to the Estate of Tom.

Tom Eckersley (1914-1997) was an English poster artist known for his use of bold, bright colors and simple block shapes. During WWII he was a cartographer for the Royal Air Force and created designs for the General Post Office. In 1948 he was awarded the Order of the British Empire for his services to poster design.

Tom Eckersley

Greetings 1983 Link Poster from Tom Eckersley, a giant in the British graphic design history. Clever use of negative space. Simple design is hard. This one proofs it.

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Tom Eckersley – exhibition poster, 1985 nglish poster artist known for his use of bold, bright colors and simple block shapes.

Man needs rain forests too, screen printed poster depicting a stylised monkey, with orange hair and a blue face and hands, against a black background. The monkeys upper body fills much of the poster; one arm reached into some foliage, represented by 7 green leaf shapes, at the top of the image, and disappears off the picture plane, while his other hand points to the slogan which begins in the bottom third of the poster.

Man needs rain forests too

"Man needs rain forests too" poster depicting a monkey in a treetop, screenprint, by Tom Eckersley for the World Wildlife Fund, England, Museum Number


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