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Tag Archives: poster
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“I was so excited Gallery 1988 LA asked me back to make a new piece for their annual “Crazy 4 Cult” show, now in it’s 5th incarnation. After thinking it over and watching lots of Lynch movies, I was super inspired by “Mulholland Drive.” … Continue reading
Far from being recent, the notion of the Olympics as a PR opportunity for the host nation dates back to 1912, when Stockholm provided the first purpose-built stadium, the first concerted Olympic advertising campaign and the first official poster, all … Continue reading
Royal Air Force recruitment posters from 1975: (via UK National Archives – Flickr) (via UK National Archives – Flickr) Some great stuff on the UK National Archive pages on Flickr. Do check it out.
(via pignouf-vintageposter) The composition by Joel Martel from 1926, is based on the circle and is Cubist in style. Two straight lines indicate the opposite movement of the arms and legs. The intensity and dramatization are suggested by the play … Continue reading
Jean-Michel Folon, 1978 Anonyme, 1980 (le Côte d’Azur) Cassandre , 1935. (via pignouf-vintageposter) If you like old, vintage posters, do click on the link above. It’s a French blog site and has some great stuff.