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Loose lips might sink ships


The poster show at the Imperial War Museum (see our previous post) reminded us to check out the folks over at Keep Calm.

They're the people behind the much talked about Keep Calm and Carry On poster, who have been keeping busy and now have a range of prints and posters, as well as some other bits and pieces. We're particularly liking their Loose Lips poster, and their Oh Deer poster, printed onto recycled stock.


The company is run by Lucas and Hayley, and they've told us that they've got a bunch of new products coming up soon, all of which sound rather fine indeed.

posted: 8 October 2007
categories: Graphics | Shop
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