Abram Games was one of the 20th century's most important and influential graphic designers. His remarkable career spanned 60 years, during which time he was responsible for many of Britain's iconic images used in advertisements and propaganda posters. His work is now a fascinating record of social history.
He was appointed 'Official War Poster Artist' during the Second World War, designing 100 propaganda and recruitment posters for the army. His clients were wide and varied – from the United Nations to London Transport – designing advertising posters, stamps, book jackets and emblems. It was his personal philosophy of 'maximum meaning, minimum means' that gave his advertisements and propaganda posters their distinctive visual quality and wit that created his reputation.
Here you can buy fabulous giclée posters and fine art prints on-demand of some of his finest work. For further information about Abram Games, his work and copyright status of these posters, please visit http://www.abramgames.com/ or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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