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1933 poster promoting the extraordinarily high levels of sun in the South compared to the rest of the UK. It's an interesting use of what we would now perhaps call a pixelated image (by John Hull Grundy), imitating a crude pointillist image. Personally I don't find it very effective.

Sunshineathomelarge

The text reads:

"The further from this Poster the stronger it becomes

The further South you travel the stronger is the Sun"

The tag is "Southern Railway for sunshine at home and abroad"

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Keywords: Southern Railway; poster; advertisement; affiche; plakat; 1933; John Hull Grundy; pointillism; pixelated; sunshine; South for sunshine

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