Roland Davies designed this dramatic 1950s’ warning. Worryingly, the man in the yellow car is wearing a hat which, according to my late father, is the sign of a terrible driver. Also, by the state of the cyclist’s suit, he falls off his bicycle regularly.
Long Bank Holiday drive ahead? Pop this in the car to keep the kids occupied.
Try to come back as a crab.
Are you ready for the eclipse (if you happen to be in the US)? This is how it was promoted as a tourism attraction 85 years ago.
More sound wartime healthy eating advice that still holds true. Brought to poster life here by Zéró (aka Hans Schleger).
Here’s a particularly perky cover from a 1950 issue of Graphis magazine, designed by Joseph Binder.
England won the Test series against New Zealand 80 years ago too, in 1937. Here’s Gill Lancaster’s poster for the match at Lord’s.