Women's T-shirt featuring artwork from the original poster by Tom Eckersley and Eric Lombers:
- 96% cotton / 4% elastane single jersey
- Soft, stretch fabric
- Fitted style with shaped side seams
- Cotton bound neck
- Twin needle stitching
Sizes: S – 8/10 M – 12/14 L – 16 XL – 18
About the Poster:
England versus Germany 1935
England versus Germany, by Tom Eckersley and Eric Lombers, 1935
About the Artisits:
Eckersley and Lombers received their first commission from London Transport after graduating from Salford College of Art. Regarded as rising stars by contemporaries, the commission confirmed their reputation.
Tom Eckersley spent much of his childhood drawing. He was greatly inspired by the work of A. M. Cassandre and Edward Mcknight Kauffer. At college he met Eric Lombers, who shared his passion for progressive poster art. From 1934 they collaborated on a number of poster design for key patrons London Transport, Shell and the BBC. During the Second World War Eckersley produced propaganda posters for public service agencies including the Ministry of Information and the General Post Office. After the war, the bold simplicity and timeless quality of his designs led to prolonged international success. His teaching inspired new generations of progressive designers for over 30 years. Eckersley designed London Transport posters for fifty years.
At college Tom Eckersley met Eric Lombers, who shared his passion for progressive poster art. From 1934 they collaborated on a number of poster design for key patrons London Transport, Shell and the BBC.
Eric Lombers, born 1914, died 1978. Designed posters for London Transport 1935-1939. He was educated at Salford School of Art.