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 awkward posters, but those who want to fully experience Scarfolk, should visit their website or order a book from Amazon.

Creepy 1970s-era poster from an imaginary English town.

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Creepy 1970s-era poster from an imaginary English town.

Creepy 1970s-era poster from an imaginary English town.

Creepy 1970s-era poster from an imaginary English town.

Creepy 1970s-era poster from an imaginary English town.

Creepy 1970s-era poster from an imaginary English town.

Creepy 1970s-era poster from an imaginary English town.

Creepy 1970s-era poster from an imaginary English town.

Creepy 1970s-era poster from an imaginary English town.

Creepy 1970s-era poster from an imaginary English town.

Creepy 1970s-era poster from an imaginary English town.

Creepy 1970s-era poster from an imaginary English town.

Creepy 1970s-era poster from an imaginary English town.

Creepy 1970s-era poster from an imaginary English town.

Creepy 1970s-era poster from an imaginary English town.

Creepy 1970s-era poster from an imaginary English town.

Creepy 1970s-era poster from an imaginary English town.

Creepy 1970s-era poster from an imaginary English town.

Creepy 1970s-era poster from an imaginary English town.

Creepy 1970s-era poster from an imaginary English town.

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  1. Koizoh RĂ­vel March 7, 2019

    Totally up-to-date. Totally 21st Century. Totally Brexitland.

  2. Francesco March 8, 2019

    Great. Really great.

  3. ScottB March 10, 2019

    As an American, the poster on de-education seems particularly apt in our current political environment.

  4. Anonymous March 23, 2019

    These are absolutely awesome!!

  5. Anonymous September 3, 2019

    Looks like the nazi party – otherwise known as the tories – manifesto in 2019

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