Bletchley Park, 1940. Soak up on the utmost secrecy of the codebreaking centre where Alan Turing became the father of computer science. This collection pays a tribute to the brave women of World War Two who intercepted transmissions, served as cryptanalyst, mathematicians and intelligence agents, contributing to decipher Enigma. Textures and illustrations have been designed to restore the atmophere of the mid-’40s office place, as well as the warm color palette of green and sepia.

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