A new exhibition opening in London is celebrating the work of female graphic designers of the 20th and 21st century.
Poster Girls is a new collection at the London Transport Museum with over 150 posters created by female creatives to highlight the contribution of women to the British design scene.
From big names such as Enid Marx to lesser-known artists, the works are an eclectic mix of styles from the last 100 years displayed in chronological order to demonstrate the influence of the era on design work.
The posters are all for what is now TfL, encouraging people to take the Underground to Camden or Euston or to head out to Kent for a day out, all offering a fascinating glimpse into the past.
As well as showcasing the posters, the London Transport Museum is hosting a series of talks and debates with big industry names between now and January 2019.
You can find out more about the Poster Girls exhibition at the London Transport Museum website.