Take Them to the Zoo Elephant Memo Block
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Retro, practical, a must have!
Take them to The Zoo, James Henry Dowd, 1924
London Zoo features in more Underground posters than any other subject; at least two per year were produced throughout the 1920's.
James Henry Dowd was primarily a draughtsman, etcher and painter who specialised in illustrating children, particularly for the books by Brenda Spender. He was a regular contributor to The Graphic. From 1906 he contributed to Punch and became the magazine's first film cartoonist. Born 1884, died 1956. He designed posters for the Underground Group from 1924-1926.
Inspired by the golden age of poster design, the Underground range has been created by Designspark for BlissHome with the kind permission of Transport for London, inspired by their rich archive of British art and design.
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