The Women Who Designed Classic British Posters

London Transport Museum pays homage to the unsung heroines behind iconic posters of the early 20th century

Charlotte Luxford
Oct 20, 2017 · 6 min read
Come Out to Play, by Clifford Ellis and Rosemary Ellis, 1936 | Courtesy of London Transport Museum
Summer Sales Quickly Reached, by Mary Koop, 1925 | Courtesy of London Transport Museum
Q.E.D, by Margaret Calkin James, 1929 | Courtesy of London Transport Museum
Travel Underground, by Miss Bowden, 1917 | Courtesy of London Transport Museum
Epping Forest, by Nancy Smith, 1922 | Courtesy of London Transport Museum
MotorShow, Olympia, Oct 11–20, by Anna Katrina Zinkeisen, 1934 | Courtesy of London Transport Museum

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The Omnivore

Prime cuts and hot takes on arts and leisure from the editors of Culture Trip.