Abram Games born 29 July 1914, Whitechapel, London, was one of the great poster designers of the 20th century. His contribution to the development of graphic communication was remarkable for having been made within the circumstances of propaganda communication during WW2. Images such as 'Your Talk May Kill Your Comrades' or 'Don't Crow About What You Know About' applied modern design sophistication to the primary messages of wartime in a witty and effective way.
After the war he produced a distinguished body of work for London Transport, BOAC, the GPO and the 1951 Festival Of Britain branding.
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As a graphic designer I have been influenced by many things: books, films, fellow creatives, music and my favourite - ephemera.
This journal focuses on my personal collection and also what inspires me to do
what I do and, I hope, will continue to do for many years to come.