commonorgarden:  London Underground poster by Hans Unger, 1960I know i’ve posted this before a few years ago but this is probably my favourite London Underground poster and I think it’s due for another airing. The geometrically aligned pigeons alone are just wonderful!

“London Underground poster by Hans Unger, 1960 ” I know i’ve posted this before a few years ago but this is probably my favourite London Underground poster and I think it’s due for another airing.

Quickly away, thanks to Pneumatic Doors. Colour lithograph poster promoting the introduction of pneumatic doors on the London Underground. Designed by László Moholy-Nagy and issued by the London Passenger Transport Board, England, 1937.

Quickly away, thanks to Pneumatic Doors

Quickly away, thanks to Pneumatic Doors. Colour lithograph poster promoting the introduction of pneumatic doors on the London Underground. Designed by László Moholy-Nagy and issued by the London Passenger Transport Board, England,

"When did you last see ravens?" poster by Richard Barrett Talbot Kelly for London Underground in 1960

When did you last see your Ravens? Underground to Tower Hill for The Tower of London [Richard Barrett Talbot Kelly,

Off By Train showing streamline tube stock

'Off By Train' showing Cockfosters-bound futuristic streamlined 1935 tube stock on the Piccadilly Line.

Poster by Hans Unger and Eberhard Schulze, 1962 - worth noting that Unger was also considered one of the finest mosaic designers in London...

Poster by Hans Unger and Eberhard Schulze, 1962 - worth noting that Unger was also considered one of the finest mosaic designers in London.

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A Preview of Poster 150: Celebrating the London Underground Poster

The lure of the Underground, by Alfred Leete, 1927 - Poster Art London Underground's Greatest Designs. A major exhibition at London Transport Museum opening on 15 February 2013 in celebration of anniversary of the Underground.

55 Broadway. London underground Art Deco headquarters building.

55 Broadway by Charles Holden. Monolithic headquarters for the Underground Electric Railways Company of London, the forerunner of London Underground. Designed in a cruciform plan and clad in.

1924 poster: "Underground: Where It Is Warm and Bright"

Where it is warm and bright. Vintage poster for the London Underground shows a dark and misty street with an Underground station. Illustrated by Verney L.

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