The posters of Abram Games

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Born the day after World War I broke out, a child of immigrant Jewish parents living in London’s East End, Abram Games (1914-1996) was one of the twentieth century’s great graphic designers. In a career spanning more than 60 years, Abram produced some of Britain’s most memorable images and designs, for a client list that included the United Nations, London Transport, British Airways, Shell, the Financial Times, and Guinness. He designed stamps for Britain, Jersey, and Israel, book jackets for Penguin, and emblems for the Festival of Britain and the Queen’s Award for Industry. London Transport: A Train Every 90…
The posters of Abram Games