In this last look at art work and the World Cup, along with some trivia surrounding the competition, we start with this poster for the 1974 tournament.
So if you need a break from the high octane atmosphere of the opening games and the tidal wave of exclusive transfer news then take a moment to sit back and enjoy.
North Korea may have only been to the finals once in '66 but that doesn't stop them producing stamps such as this one from 2014.
Below Left -Another stamp this time from Hungary in 1990.
Above right - Not what it seems at first glance, this was an art college's project from 2006.
Left - 2002 Poster.
When England picked their 22 men for the 1954 competition, they only took 17 with them, leaving the others at home 'on call' but they were not used.
Above Stamp 1974 - The Republic of the Congo. This summers event and Brazil 2014.
Left - Poster 1978 and the ticker tape welcome the Argentine crowds employed for their team.
Below - 1986 and Mexico used the Aztec influence in this poster.
1958 - Wales are unlucky to have been knocked out by Brazil.
When he died Tottenham's Mel Hopkins obituary says he played so well it was the best performance of his career.
Despite no vote occurring it is almost certain that the 1942 finals would have been in Brazil and the 1946 happening in Germany. The Second World War meant neither were held.
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