Robert Brownjohn's iconic street photographs show a lot more than the typography of London in the '50s and '60s—they capture a time when signage was created analog and served as a greater form of marketing than it does today. The Victoria and Albert Museum in London now hosts these incredible images for the public's enjoyment. There are 137 pictures total, and they are all from 1961.

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[via DesignObserver]