Here’s a selection of type faces found while wandering around Greenwich this morning- both from the streets, the Cutty Sark, and also the National Maritime museum! Advertisements
The V&A’s Theatre section has a great selection of vintage theatre posters. Here’s some of the best vintage type faces I saw: They also have a rhino that represents fascism, cause, you know, why not?
Today I headed off to the lovely Museum of Childhood, in Bethnal Green. This is a V&A museum, and is housed in a gorgeousbuilding which dates back to 1872. The Museum houses toys from all over the world, as well as other childhood objects – cribs, strollers, and currently has a very interesting exhibition about […]
Today I went to the Churchill War Rooms, in Whitehall, which is a part of the Imperial War Museum. The War Rooms are rooms in an underground bunker that hosted Winston Churchill and his government in a (somewhat) bomb-proof area during the Second World War. They were used for information gathering, meetings, and also living […]
In November 2011 Paul and I were lucky enough to get tickets to an open day at Aldwych disused tube station. The following is the history of the station as well as some pictures. There is something to mention though. London Transport Museum and TFL still open the station up on rare occasion for group […]
As part of the continued celebrations of the London Underground’s history, the London Transport Museum is currently exhibiting Poster Art 150 – London Underground’s Greatest Design – a collection of 150 commissioned posters for the Underground. It’s a great exhibition, albeit very narrow and – on a Sunday afternoon – very crowded, although only with […]
I wanted to share something awesome that didn’t come from me today. Okay so this one is a tiny bit of a cop out, as I didn’t have to do much searching to find it (I work for Martin Creed as an assistant.) But just looking at it makes me happy. It’s his new work […]