Tom Eckersley

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Poster promoting the ‘Annual Dinner and Social Evening’. London College of Printing, 1977

With thanks to the Estate of Tom Eckersley / University of the Arts London / Archives & Special Collections Centre

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With thanks to the Estate of Tom Eckersley / University of the Arts London / Archives & Special Collections Centre

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Library information poster. London College of Printing, 1975

With thanks to the Estate of Tom Eckersley / University of the Arts London / Archives & Special Collections Centre

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With thanks to the Estate of Tom Eckersley / University of the Arts London / Archives & Special Collections Centre

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Poster promoting a historical lecture. London College of Printing, 1985

With thanks to the Estate of Tom Eckersley / University of the Arts London / Archives & Special Collections Centre

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Poster promoting an exhibition of student work at the National Theatre, interpreting the play ‘Equus’. London College of Printing, 1981

With thanks to the Estate of Tom Eckersley / University of the Arts London / Archives & Special Collections Centre

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Poster promoting an exhibition of graphic design work from the London art schools, at the Whitechapel Gallery. Inner London Education Authority, 1975

With thanks to the Estate of Tom Eckersley / University of the Arts London / Archives & Special Collections Centre / ILEA

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Poster celebrating the New Year, 1983

With thanks to the Estate of Tom Eckersley / University of the Arts London / Archives & Special Collections Centre

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Health and safety poster. London College of Printing, 1976

With thanks to the Estate of Tom Eckersley / University of the Arts London / Archives & Special Collections Centre

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Poster promoting an exhibition of college alumni. London College of Printing, 1974

With thanks to the Estate of Tom Eckersley / University of the Arts London / Archives & Special Collections Centre

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The master of graphic design is honoured in this show featuring 40 of his posters. A former cartographer of the Royal Air Force who set up the London College of Communication's first graphic design course created iconic posters between 1940s-1980s for companies including London Transport, the United Nations and the Worldwide Wildlife Fund.

 

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Tony Pritchard

This exhibition is a reminder that design began way before the 1980s and the age of the celebrity designer. This is also a reminder of LCC's critical role in mid-twentieth century design development. It was a time when designers such as Eckersley ran the department for the subject and for the students studying the subject. Well done to the LCC for acknowledging this so publicly with a wonderful display of work. Loads of fabulous images here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/lcclondon/