The Oscar noms are out.
Cue the parody posters.
A collection of original WW2 British propaganda posters currently accepting bids at David Lay Auctions. Most guide prices are between £30 and £200 but the one on the top left (£800 – £1000 guide) is the most valuable. To wit:
ABRAM GAMES 1914-1996 “Blonde Bombshell” WWII ATS Recruitment Poster Printed for HM Stationery Office by Fosh & Cross Ltd. 1941 73 x 48.5cm Note: When this poster was first issued, Games was criticised for making the design ‘too glamorous’ and it was withdrawn. Games went on to design the official stamp for the 1948 Olympic games and the emblem for the 1951 Festival of Britain.
David Higgins writes:
“Mary Fitzpatrick adding more posters in Knocklyon [Co Dublin] at 1am. The fear of only one FF MEP must be setting in….”
Thanks Con Kennedy
Green Party LE candidate Ossian Smyth tweetz:
A row of posters confiscated by Dun Laoghaire county council today. Childers topping the poll!
(Sam Boal/Photocall Ireland)
(Thanks Donie Sullivan)
Saw this on the Cineworld homepage today. Seems like Scarlet Johansson has a hand in Noah’s storm…