By cripes! That would save the army hundreds of quids!
|Title||By cripes! That would save the army hundreds of quids!|
|Medium||offset lithograph on paper|
|Measurement||overall: 27.4 x 19 cm|
Australian Second World War poster. The top half of the poster features a cartoon by Alex Gurney of an Australian soldier having a bright idea. The title for the poster is written into the soldiers' speech bubble and the caricature representing the idea popping out of the soldiers head is a mosquito instead of a light bulb. The poster is designed to encourage people to come up with ideas on saving waste or to think of new inventions for equipment. The lower half of the poster is all text directing people where to send their ideas in each state capital.