09 October 2009

Designs on Delivery: GPO Posters from 1930 to 1960: Online extras

 Mail Coach A.D. 1784 University of the Arts London Archives and Special Collections Centre, in collaboration with The British Postal Museum & Archive, presents Designs on Delivery: GPO Posters from 1930 to 1960. The exhibition at the Well Gallery - and online here on the Archives Hub - focuses on a period when the Post Office was at the cutting edge of poster design and mass communication. It explores how the GPO translated, often complex, messages to the public in order to educate them about the services offered, by using text, image, and colour. The Archives Hub website now has online extras: exclusively online, an additional eight posters representing the range of themes adopted by the General Post Office in their advertising. Illustration: John Armstrong (1893-1973) 'Mail Coach A.D. 1784' (1935) reference The Royal Mail Archive POST 110/3175; copyright © Royal Mail Group Ltd and courtesy of The British Postal Museum & Archive.

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2 Comments:

Anonymous Amrita said...

Nice Picture.

10 October, 2009 12:26  
Anonymous Amrita said...

Beautiful Picture.

17 October, 2009 08:12  

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