1943 Abram Games WW2 "Blood Donors" British Vintage Poster Large
1942 WWII Antique "Blood Donors" Original Vintage Abram Games Medical Poster
Printed by: Printed for H.M. Stationery Office by Field Sons & Co. LTD, Bradford 51-3788, P.R. 86
Type: Original lithograph
Artist: signed A. Games, upper right: Abram Games (1914-1996) famous graphic designer, poster artist, and prolific advertising illustrator
Condition: A condition, linen mounted, very faintly machine folded, must be scrutinized closely to see.
This is a rare original Abram Games war, military or propaganda poster entitled "Blood Donors" It features a soldier with an outline of medical blood bottle, held in a large hand. It features an amazing example of 1940's forties era world war two graphics and the work of Abram Games. Poster text reads: "If he should fall, is your blood there to save him? The Army Blood Transfusion Service needs Blood Donors."
The design is indicative of Games' high modernist style, as in, sparse, direct, art deco and clean. During the war Games used photography, in photomontage to create
surrealistic, modern poster design. We are
very happy to offer a rare collection of his original poster work,
which has been on our personal collection for years. See entire collection here. The poster is archivally linen backed and ready for framing. We have two of these posters, found together. One is smaller at 9.5 x 14.5 inches, and this one is larger at 19.25 x 29 inches. We only have one in each size, uncommon.
Size: 19.25 x 29 inches
Keywords: England, UK, medicine, medical, war posters, blood transfusions, history, English, Britain, Great Britain, British, second World War
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