The Earth's Globe is instantly recognisable boith in educational and promotional terms. These images were used in a lecture that explored the disciplines of drawing, the point of view, the personification of the Palnet.

 

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01 McGregor Knitwear.....

02 American engineering advertisement(If I had a big enough lever, I could move the world..." Smart Kid!.....

03 American aurlines 1949....

04 from the Royal Encyclopedia , London 1789-91 The Terrestrial and Celestial Globes from Bankes' New System of Geography date unknown c1750
   

 
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01 Bankes New System of Geography....

02 Athanasius Kircher, Mundus subterraneus ,published in Amsterdam in 1678, and one in a series of completely dotty books on the Natural Sciences by Kircher. In 1637/8 he witnessed the eruption of Aetna and Stromboli. Thereafter he speculated on the interior of the earth, with strange inhabitants and hidden passages....

03 Golden Shred Marmalades UK 1953....

04 Oronite advertisement US 1954 .....

05 White's Trucks US advertisement 1948

 

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01 Johann Schoner, Opera Mathematica , Nuremburg, 1551, published by Montanus and Neuber .......

02 Pedro de Medina, The Arte of Navigation... London 1595. woodcut and text ; "The second chapter, how the wind moveth not right down from above down ward, but his moving is in circle of water and earth."......

03 "Mrs. Earth", illustration by Heath Robinson to Walter De La Mare's poem of the name in Peacock Pie , Constable London undated [1917] ......

04 The Poor Old Earth from Saturday Evening Post May 1953 10 x 14cms, by Duffy, and a constant feature of his cartoons. .........

05 from Apianus, Cosmographia ,Antwerp, 1584 ......

06 The Earth rendered diagrammatically from Erasmus Darwin's The Botanic Garden Johnson, London, 1791 ...........

07 advertisement for NATO 1961.....

08 W.Hodgson, The Divine Cosmographer, or a Brief Survey of the Whole World, Cambridge, 1640.