Wednesday, 13 August 2014

WW1 How we dug for Victory - infographic

The lovely Kate Southgate (from Crafted), designer of this incredible infographic poster wrote to me a couple of days ago and offered to let me use it on my blog. I was honoured.

Kate is a very talented graphic designer indeed and the poster is a great quick historical and sociological look at the Dig for Victory campaign. I love having such arty friends :) I'm sure you shall all enjoy it.

  Victory Garden Infographic

I am in no way promoting Notcutts here, I have no idea who they are, though they sound nice in their write up.

Love and hugs
Carrie xx

4 comments:

  1. What an interesting post. I've read quite a lot about food growing the WW2 but not WW1. Flighty

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  2. Very interesting post! There wasn't any rationing in the US during WWI, but there was rationing during WWII. However, rationing ended in the US several years before the UK.

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  3. What a lovely poster. I'm intrigued by the amount of sugar allowed in rations, there were sweet tooths back then I think! CJ xx

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  4. Norcutts have a chain of garden centres, We are heading to ine near us at lunchtime for lunch and browse.

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