Collection by Michael Gallagher

Michael Gallagher
Rainboeing the Skies an ad introducing the new Boeing 747 to El Al Israeli Airlines by graphic designer Dan Reisinger. This iconic image is at the center of an Internet controversy, with some claiming that it was in fact an Air Canada poster. Buch Design, Design Art, Print Design, Web Design, Design Ideas, Graphic Design Illustration, Graphic Art, Illustration Art, Vintage Graphic

100 Ideas That Changed Graphic Design

From visual puns to the grid, or what Edward Tufte has to do with the invention of the fine print.

London Underground CI, Part of a drawing by Edward Johnston of the iconic London Underground roundel and bar, known as the "bullseye design", that forms part of the design gallery at the newly opened London Transport Museum London Underground, Underground Tube, Underground Railroad, William Morris, Icon Design, Logo Design, Symbol Design, Retro Design, Type Design

The map that saved the London Underground

Europe was about to tear itself apart, but Londoners in 1914 were more preoccupied with the overcrowding on the Tube and a profanity uttered in a new West End play.

Future New York, "The City of Skycrapers" - Retro futurism sci-fi pulp airship diesel punk Science Fiction, Steampunk, Poster Prints, Framed Prints, Retro Futuristic, Sci Fi Art, Dieselpunk, Ulsan, Wonderful Images

America of the Future Retronaut | Retronaut - See the past like you wouldn't believe.

The original tube map was produced in 1933 by Harry Beck and it still is in use due to its readability. Wayfinding throughout london by commuters and tourists has been proven easier due to the minimalistic style the Beck used. Notes From Underground, Underground Map, Harry Beck, London Tube Map, Map Creator, London Transport Museum, Mind The Gap, Nyc Subway

Tube map creator gets blue plaque

Tube map designer Harry Beck is to have his iconic creation officially commemorated later, on the 80th anniversary of its first public appearance.

 Whitbread miniature Pub Sign, The Marina, Saint-Leonards-on-Sea, Sussex Designed by Violet Rutter, 1949 Scans of a set of miniature pub signs designed and manufactured by the Whitbread. Pub Signs, Beer Signs, Shop Signs, Real Pirate Ships, Marina Inn, Uk Pub, Metal Signage, Nautical Signs, British Pub

Maritime Monday for October 29th, 2012: What Shall We Do With A Drunken Sailor?

–image source Gordon Grant (American, 1875-1962), “The Drunken Sailor”, c.1940 Although typically conceived as a song originating in British vessels, the evidence describing it i…

M is the MOTORIST, scathingly graphic . From New York Public Library Digital Collections. History Of Tobacco, New York Public Library, Old Postcards, Whimsical Art, Illustration Art, Design Inspiration, Digital, Artist, Free

M is the MOTORIST, scathingly graphic ...

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