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Big Posters for The People’s Mosquito Project

26 March 2013

Big Posters for The People’s Mosquito Project

 

© 2012 Nick Horrox

The People’s Mosquito Project — a recognized charity dedicated to the building of a de Havilland Mosquito from original forms. Yes, one has recently been restored and is privately owned by a person with an excellent reputation — but this Mossie will be donated to a public trust and flying. Quite the exciting, rare and exciting enterprise! Founding member Nick Horrox has lent his inspired illustrative talents “personalizing” (his term) famous posters from WW II. They are free to download from The People’s Mosquito Project, fun and colorful — or maybe colourful should be used 😉 — they are seen below in small format for this blog but the actual sizes are much larger:

© 2012 Nick Horrox

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© 2012 Nick Horrox

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© 2012 Nick Horrox

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. Dee Boneham permalink
    29 March 2013 05:06

    Love em!!

    • travelforaircraft permalink*
      1 April 2013 07:34

      Nick Horrox does nice work, doesn’t he? 😉

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