What happens when you put an aesthete in charge of advertising for a major oil company? When Jack Beddington controlled Shell’s advertising division in the 1930s he commissioned some of Britain’s finest artists — from Graham Sutherland to Paul Nash — to celebrate the motor car. The Shell Poster Book beautifully recalls this collaboration between the worlds of art and capital. A
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