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The Glorious WW2 Posters of Patrick Cokayne Keely

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Mostly self-taught, Nottingham born Patrick (Pat) Cokayne Keely designed posters for London Transport, the Southern Railway and the Post Office. During the war Keely designed some of his best work working for the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents and the Ministry of Information.

His work, at the time, particularly stood out for its use of simple objects together with rich colours making extremely striking images. His wartime posters are, undoubtedly, some of the best of the genre.

 

ARP calling you Pat Keely Patrick Cokayne Keely

Form a Savings Group 1939 Pat Keely Patrick Cokayne Keely

Free Holland Welcomes the Allies Pat Keely Patrick Cokayne Keely

Patrick Cokayne Keely We Beat 'Em Before Pat Keely

Pat Keely Only Cross at Lights Patrick Cokayne Keely

Pat Keely. The Finest Hour Patrick Cokayne Keely

Pat Keely. Wireless War. 1943 Patrick Cokayne Keely

Sepsis Get First Aid 1943 Pat Keely Patrick Cokayne Keely

Think Before You Cross the Road Pat Keely Patrick Cokayne Keely

We Beat Em Before Pat Keely Large Patrick Cokayne Keely

 

Pat Keely 1941 hand Patrick Cokayne Keely

Pat Keely Sardines 1945 Patrick Cokayne Keely

Wait for Daylight Blackout Pat Keely Patrick Cokayne Keely

  • George Edwards

    #11 signed Frank Newbould, not Pat Keely.

  • Giles Nahal

    What’s a “Priminister”?