Her days are closely occupied with a home-decorating business
in Bloomsbury, so she tries to save time and,-incidentally,
money)She saves both with a through Season Ticket from
Windsor to Euston Square. She rides for nothing to her hair
dresser near Portland Place, and also to an important client,
in Baker Street. No waiting at ticket officesl Her 'G.W.R. -
Underground' Season Ticket,fo/9}a month, is worth while.
The illustrations for this series of
advertisements were designed
by the Polish artist Topolski, a
member of the staff of "Harper's
Bazar". Barman also discover
ed him for advertising pur
poses. The whole series deals
with the life and the people of
London in 1936. As so often
happens, Topolski, as a keen
foreign observer, also easily
found the characteristic types.
The combination of the draughts
manship, the familiar typescript
and the informal text which is
easy to read is most effective.