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Conceived by the British government in 1939 before the second world war in an attempt to keep the British peoples spirits up "Keep Calm and Carry On" was an important message to many. Now a cultural phenomenon, it can almost be seen everywhere. The Keep Calm-o-Matic is an online retailer that has an incredible range of gifts and products such as mugs, clothing, phone accessories and much more. Grab a discount code or deal from this store page and bring down the price on your order.
The Keep Calm meme exploded in the noughties. But, do you the Keep Calm and Carry on sign's history? The poster was one of three designs created by the British Ministry Of Information during World War I. King George IV commissioned the posters as a way of boosting the nation's morale during the war effort. 'The Keep Calm and Carry on Poster' was only to be used in the event of Britain's invasion, well luckily that day never came to pass, but now we can celebrate Great British principles and that sense of a stiff upper lip with gusto! That's exactly what The Keep Cal-O-Matic is for, the website offers loads of customisable products, like mugs, posters, t-shirts, keyrings, phone cases and loads of other clothing and accessories options.
On Keep Calm-O-Matic you can create your own designs really easily. And don't worry you don't need to be a graphic designer. Almost any design on the page can be edited to fit your personality. Simply choose your preferences including colour background, font colour and size - many customers like to stick to the original poster font which is available on all products - and text to display.
You can create your own customised memes, mugs, posters canvas and more, let your personality shine with the Keep Calm-O-Matic.
The font of the Keep Calm and Carry On poster is a massive part of what made the poster catch fire into the unstoppable meme that it is today.
While it is not 100% verified, experts believe the font used is Gill Sans, at least that is the most similar font available, as the lettering was drawn by hand by an unknown designer.
Created in 1939 by the Ministry For Information the poster was not widely shown in public spaces, and only came to light in 2000 when one of the last remaining copies became a popular display at the Barter Books shop in Alnwick. Until 2012, it was presumed that it was one of only two original copies left. However, that changes when 15 additional copies were featured on Antiques Roadshow, after the daughter of A Royal Corps member discovered the.
A little-known fact is the Keep Calm poster was part of a series of three the other two being: "Your Courage, Your Cheerfulness, Your Resolution Will Bring Us Victory", and "Freedom Is in Peril / Defend It With All Your Might". Unfortunately, the series was discontinued later in 1939 and deemed a failure, many of the general public claimed never to have seen the posters, whilst others claimed in 'patronising' and 'divisive'.
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