I recently noticed a new vintage style ad campaign by Transport for London created to inspire better tube etiquette on the London underground.
The unusually retro cartoon posters are created by french illustrator McBess (Matthieu Bessudo).
Each poster contains a banner, a little poem pointing what not to do on the tube and covers all manner of bugbears from holding open the doors to lingering en mass by the tube doors and is beautifully illustrated (IMO) with people in McBess’ signature style doing those things.
Personally I think they’re great. What do you think of them?