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LONDON Transport Travel Underground Bus Train Night Art Deco Bauhaus Poster Print A3 Vintage Retro Original Design 1940's Vogue Cityscape on Etsy, £12.50

London Transport Travel Underground Bus Train Night Art Deco Bauhaus Poster Print A3 A2 A1 Vintage Retro Vanity Fair 1940's Vogue Cityscape

LONDON Transport Travel Underground Bus Train Night Art Deco Bauhaus Poster Print Vintage Retro Original Design Vogue Cityscape on Etsy,

Summer Sales Quickly Reached by Underground; by Mary Koop, 1925 ... but in other ways they were endearingly realistic, and are just as relevant today as they would have been when originally published. This 1925 poster shows a throng of summer sales shoppers more plausibly preparing to protect themselves from a sudden shower than an arid heat wave. Picture: London Transport Museum

Summer Sales Quickly Reached by Underground; by Mary Koop, 1925 . but in other ways they were endearingly realistic, and are just as relevant today as they would have been when originally published. This 1925 poster shows a throng of summer sales shoppe

The London Transport Museum, which hosts one of the world's most important collections of graphic art, asked illustrators to draw the links between cycling in the capital, environment issues, health and fun

In pictures: London Transport Museum's illustration competition

Walt Disney World Transportation travel poster

For my transportation theme poster. Walt Disney World Transportation travel poster Illustrator Art by me =)

Vintage London Transport Museum poster: Timetable for the Metropolitan Railway

Vintage London Transport Museum poster: Timetable for the Metropolitan Railway. Price: one penny.

underground poster artwork collection at the london transport museum

Vintage Underground Travel Poster - Westminster Abbey - London - UK - by Edward Kauffer.

1921 Underground poster: 'Winter sales'

20 Gorgeous Vintage Posters For The London Underground

Charlotte Trounce, poster entry for London Transport Museum/AOI competition, promoting the River Thames

Another whimsical London illustration by Charlotte Trounce. Man, there just aren't any whales *left* in the Thames River.

By underground to fresh air, by Maxwell Ashby Armfield, 1915Photograph: London Transport Museum

The history of the tube poster - in pictures

'By Underground to fresh air', by Maxwell Ashby Armfield, 1915 © London Transport Museum, Transport for London

Part of a drawing by Edward Johnston of the iconic London Underground roundel and bar, known as the  "bullseye design", that forms part of the design gallery at the newly opened London Transport Museum.

Design at the Centre of the new London Transport Museum

Edward Johnston's original drawing for the London Underground logo (Source: London Transport Museum)