A truly timeless poster.
This charming video tells the somewhat surprising story of the now ubiquitous Keep Calm and Carry On poster. Watch it and learn how it was created for England’s WWII propaganda efforts but never officially distributed.
In 2000, copies hit the market, including the one that graces a wall here at Crowley Webb.
It’s curious how the message rings true now – that something created in 1939 could find such resonance in 2012.
Or said differently, how telling that a message designed for use in the most dire of circumstances has found an audience in the hurry up, get it done, multitasking existence of folks today.