Creepy 1970s-Era Posters From an Imaginary English Town

Scarfolk is a an imaginary town in North West England that did not progress beyond 1979. Instead, the entire decade of the 1970s loops ad infinitum. Featured below are some of their creepy posters, but those who want to fully experience Scarfolk, should visit their website or order a book from Amazon.

1970s-era poster from an imaginary English town.

1970s-era poster from an imaginary English town.

1970s-era poster from an imaginary English town.

1970s-era poster from an imaginary English town.

1970s-era poster from an imaginary English town.

1970s-era poster from an imaginary English town.

1970s-era poster from an imaginary English town.

1970s-era poster from an imaginary English town.

1970s-era poster from an imaginary English town.

1970s-era poster from an imaginary English town.

1970s-era poster from an imaginary English town.

1970s-era poster from an imaginary English town.

1970s-era poster from an imaginary English town.

1970s-era poster from an imaginary English town.

1970s-era poster from an imaginary English town.

1970s-era poster from an imaginary English town.

1970s-era poster from an imaginary English town.

1970s-era poster from an imaginary English town.

1970s-era poster from an imaginary English town.

1970s-era poster from an imaginary English town.

1970s-era poster from an imaginary English town.

19 thoughts on “Creepy 1970s-Era Posters From an Imaginary English Town”

  1. I think it’s obvious what they’re mocking here, what with the mentions of loss of rights, quarantines, 6 foot distancing, doing as you’re told without thinking about it, banning the use of facts – it’s the sort of subversive thinking that would get you banned from Twitter and Facebook for spreading misinformation. But I’m pretty sure it’s not obvious to this website what they’re mocking or they never would have allowed it to be shown here since it is contrary to the Leftist narrative of “Experts Know Best”.

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  2. I don’t know whats creepier – this set of imaginary 1970’s town posters or Toothless Joe’s cluelessness. Both give me the shivers.

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  3. Brilliant way to use humour to raise awareness for Toothless Joes, Breximorons, Trumpeteers, Flatearthers, Antivaxxes and other interesting Plymouth Rock-compliant specimens.

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  4. Triggered by a little truth from Toothless Joe. You democrat-slaves are freaking morons if you can’t see what these posters are depicting. You’re not even with pitying.

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  5. The sheep think the shepherd is doing them a favor by relieving them of their heavy wool coats but it doesn’t occur to them to wonder why the shepherd’s breath smells like mutton.

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  6. Scarfolk isn’t new so it’s not actually referencing anything that’s happening today ie pandemic, Brexit etc.

  7. These so obviously related to 2021 politics, I wonder if the 1970s dates are fake and they are really produced recently and made to look a little retro, or if it’s simply that these are timeless issues, that they were relevant in 1970, they’re relevant today, and they’ll be relevant in 2040.

  8. Fo those Trumpettes who think Toothless Joe is some kind of oracle, go to the website & see the timeline. Hell, even check the Wayback Machine. The Scarfolk concept had been running for years but you are determined to see only what you want to see and impose on it you own twisted agenda.

  9. @El Dee I can’t believe you actually think any of these are real, the quarantine and personnel space were dead giveaways not to mention the first one of you actually looked at it lmao

  10. Jesus. Toothless Joe et al are flipping morons. So is the ‘aren’t worth pitying’ guy.. The Shepard/sheep metaphor is ridiculously hilarious.

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