Original A Hammond Everybody's London poster (1)

Everybody's Underground, Complete set of 3 posters

Aubrey Hammond

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  • Condition: A- (light folds, excellent colour and general condition)
  • Date: 1934
  • Designer: Aubrey Hammond (1894-1940)
  • Publisher: London Transport
  • Size: QR (1250 x 1010 mm, each)

A complete set of three ‘Everyone’s Underground’ posters designed by Aubrey Hammond. One of the most remarkable poster groups ever issued by London Transport, they were displayed at stations and could be purchased from the Publicity Office to create a ‘cut-out and keep’ Tube station, complete with train and track. The fictional modernist station (based on the designs of architect Charles Holden) is named ‘Broadway’ after LT’s headquarters building. Full of period detail, including contemporary posters and very accurate detailing. Astonishing.