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Created as part of the campaign for the Assassin’s Creed Syndicate video game, which is set in Victorian England

Created as part of the campaign for the Assassin’s Creed Syndicate video game, which is set in Victorian England the poster campaign illustrates various.

The Deptford Takeaway Shop

The Deptford Takeaway Shop

The Takeaway Shop is a new art project taking place in the last week of January. Curated by artist Amy Lord, it aims to celebrate the history of Deptford in London, as well as introduce visitors to the art of bookbinding.

Cat instead of peacock, fairy instead of skeleton

TUXEDO CAT FACTS and PERSONALITY

great vintage label for halloween vampires and bohemians favourite tipple Absinthe Label & Print - Adam Hill / Velcrosuit - Graphic Design & Illustration

15 degree slant, ribbons, textured background, many different typefaces. Mainly simple sans serif in all caps, and a curvilinear, smooth and neat script font

Vintage Typography Poster

Buy Vintage Typography Poster by punedesign on GraphicRiver. Vintage Typography Poster* This poster can be used to promote Rock gigs, Alternative events, Acoustic gigs, club gigs.

Vintage Circus Poster from the Leeds Playbill Archive

In the hunt for some turn-of-the-century era typography inspiration I found the archive of Leeds Playbills. Much more than a design reference the play

How The Shakers Cook/1889 Almanac/Pat Medicine/SCARCE | #26047540

Chalk Lettering Inspiration - Sheaff Ephemera All images not otherwise indicated are copyrighted by Richard D. Sheaff and not to be used for any purpose without written permission.

Faux vintage typography

Jeremy Fulton Mechanical Kingdom Disneyland Railroad Walt Disney World Victorian Steampunk poster print art artist

The 19th century saw an explosion in cheaply produced printed posters and adverts, and the development of writing styles and graphic techniques that have influenced advertising ever since. The combination of varied and colourful typography, arresting imagery, short exclamatory sentences, and occasionally surreal content, was typical of the Victorian period.

Evolving English at the British Library

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