Google Doodles. Woodstock Story Interview With Arnold Skolnick - Woodstock Story. The Woodstock Times article states that in Michael Lang’s book The Road to Woodstock, Lang claims the idea for the poster design as his own.
“They asked for a poster for a music and art fair which would last for 3 days and wanted it to be peaceful. I was given the problem on a Thursday and I delivered it on Monday at about 11am. Mr. Lang never gave me any idea for the poster; he never saw it until it was finished. I don’t believe he and I have ever talked,” said Skolnick. Borosix.co.uk → UK Rave Flyer Archive → Home Page. The History of Old Skool UK Rave and Club Flyers. Blue Note 1500 series - jazz album covers. On Internet since 1998 The Birka Jazz ArchiveRecords we have bought and sold over the years - the rare and the beautiful!
Please note! These albums are not for sale. Click HOME to find our record store. Scroll down and use the links to browse our comprehensive Archive of rare jazz album covers. The CND symbol. One of the most widely known symbols in the world, in Britain it is recognised as standing for nuclear disarmament – and in particular as the logo of the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND).
In the United States and much of the rest of the world it is known more broadly as the peace symbol. It was designed in 1958 by Gerald Holtom, a professional designer and artist and a graduate of the Royal College of Arts. He showed his preliminary sketches to a small group of people in the Peace News office in North London and to the Direct Action Committee Against Nuclear War, one of several smaller organisations that came together to set up CND.
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Nostalgia for these instantly recognisable pocket-sized hardbacks has seen first editions sell for hundreds on eBay, and now - to celebrate the brand’s centenary - fans can purchase Ladybird A Cover Story, a collection of the publisher’s most iconic covers. The first Ladybird book was published in 1915. The company’s motto was ‘a Ladybird book for every subject’ and they certainly fulfilled this promise, with books covering everything from nursery rhymes and fairy tales to biographies of historical figures and guides to flowers and stamp collecting.
Kitchener: The most famous pointing finger. Image copyright Other A recruitment poster of the stern-eyed Lord Kitchener has become a defining image of World War One.
A clever illustrator's psychological trickery has spawned a thousand imitations, writes Adam Eley. It is perhaps history's most famous pointing finger. Pins from projectthirtythree.com on Pinterest.