I need one of these for each place I visit. Then I can make a travel wall! --Love London #illustration

Special edition typographical map of London - Ivory Paper

love the collage concept and the cliches of britain. i might stir away from the typically british cliches. with this idea i might create negative space to the outlines of these designs.

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This seems good as a British value, as its an amazing british car and is an iconic British car.

"The "Of Course I Can" poster was created by the U.S. War Food Administration in 1944 as part of the nationwide victory garden program. Victory gardens made an important contribution to the home-front effort by producing a significant amount of food (approximately 40 percent of the vegetables consumed in 1943) and by providing a way to contribute to the war effort for those who could not fight on the battlefield. "

From Treehugger: Frugal Green Living Posters

Patriotic Home Canning Promotions Poster ★ from World War II Of course I can! I'm as patriotic as can be --and ration points won't worry me! says the poster text; image by American artist/illustrator Dick Williams of a Woman looking surprised in a fr

British advert for fairy liquid soap.  Looks vintage, but it isn't.

British advert for fairy liquid soap. Looks vintage, but it isn't. Best detergent ever!

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Bombay Sapphire Gin Ad - whoever holds the account for Bombay is a truly brilliant agency. This is a beautiful piece.

The Best of Culture in London, United Kingdom

The Best of Culture in London

A London bus stops for a London bus. A most delightfully British photo.

Babycham advert from 1960s

How Babycham changed British drinking habits