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Risultati immagini per tom purvis

Risultati immagini per tom purvis

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Beats Ann Summers.

Beats Ann Summers.

La copertina originale di Deutschland, Deutschland über alles (1929), la famosa quanto controversa raccolta di feroci testi di Kurt Tucholsky, con le immagini di John Heartfield. #book #cover #Deutschland #tophat #Tucholsky #mustache #vintage

La copertina originale di Deutschland, Deutschland über alles (1929), la famosa quanto controversa raccolta di feroci testi di Kurt Tucholsky, con le immagini di John Heartfield. #book #cover #Deutschland #tophat #Tucholsky #mustache #vintage

1943 Abram Games WW2 "Curiosity, Ignorance, Bravado" Vintage Poster

1943 Abram Games WW2 "Curiosity, Ignorance, Bravado" Vintage Poster

Stuart Davis (1894–1964), Owh! in San Paõ, 1951. Oil on canvas, 52 1/4 × 41 3/4 in. (132.7 × 106 cm). Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; purchase 52.2. © Estate of Stuart Davis / Licensed by VAGA, New York, NY

Stuart Davis 1894-1964 ~ Abstract painter

Stuart Davis (1894–1964), Owh! in San Paõ, 1951. Oil on canvas, 52 1/4 × 41 3/4 in. (132.7 × 106 cm). Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; purchase 52.2. © Estate of Stuart Davis / Licensed by VAGA, New York, NY

Conducted tours, by Tom Eckersley, 1957 - London Transport Museum

Conducted tours, by Tom Eckersley, 1957 - London Transport Museum

Keep Britain Tidy poster 1963, Tom Eckersley

Keep Britain Tidy poster 1963, Tom Eckersley

Join the ATS, 1941; In 1941 Abram Games was commissioned to design recruiting posters for the Auxiliary Territorial Service (ATS) to help shed its dowdy image. This first poster was withdrawn from circulation as it was thought that the 'blonde bombshell' image might make the ATS seem immoral. The second poster was also withdrawn as it was considered too 'Soviet' in style. The final poster, issued in 1944, featured a middle-class, respectable-looking woman.

Join the ATS, 1941; In 1941 Abram Games was commissioned to design recruiting posters for the Auxiliary Territorial Service (ATS) to help shed its dowdy image. This first poster was withdrawn from circulation as it was thought that the 'blonde bombshell' image might make the ATS seem immoral. The second poster was also withdrawn as it was considered too 'Soviet' in style. The final poster, issued in 1944, featured a middle-class, respectable-looking woman.

Linea di montaggio della Lettera 22

Linea di montaggio della Lettera 22

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