Lucas Lepola and Hayley Thwaites
<a href="http://www.alphabetbags.com/">Alphabet Bags</a>
The site was born out of our passion for typography in poster design, British heritage and the medium of screen printing.
Immaculate Perception by Matthew Rose
We've all seen millions of those 'Keep Calm and Carry On' posters over the past few years, but there's a secret history behind this print and the many others sold by Keep Calm Gallery in London.
The web-based gallery, run by a young couple out of their home office, offers reasonably-priced prints of some of the best modern graphic designs. They tend to focus their product range on interesting typography, and ship out cards, tea towels, and mugs in addition to framed or unframed posters.
As for the company's namesake (shown here): It was originally designed in 1939 as an inspirational message invented by the British government in case Nazis took over during World War II. After fifty years, the never-used design became public domain, and several companies began reproducing it on every available surface.
Browse the rest these offerings to learn a little something special about each design.