Ralph Mott ()
Ralph Mott is a pseudonym for the British graphics agency Ralph & Mott who employed various artists - hence the wide variety of styles.
Ralph & Mott was a commercial art studio in London active in Britain during the 1930s. They designed posters and publicity graphics for the the Great Western Railway, London, Midland & Scottish Railway, the Ministry of Labour and the Railway Country Lorry Services. They also designed the cover of the 16 November 1934 'Woman's Broadcasting' number of 'The Radio Times'. The chief designer and manager of Ralph & Mott between 1930-39 was Reginald (Reg) Lander. The address of Ralph & Mott in 1937 is given as 46 Gillingham Street, London, SW1. The studio often signed their work 'Ralph Mott', which has subsequently caused confusion as it has been assumed that Ralph Mott was a person.