In think the first time I saw the classic “Keep Calm and Carry On” poster was in 2005 or 2006. A coworker had it hanging on her wall. Because she was also one of the busiest people around, it made sense. But the classic and very British elegance also resonated for me as it apparently has for millions.
This short video outlines the strange history of the poster — a true World War II relic almost lost forever.
Happy Friday. Keep calm, and carry on.