I DESIRE VINTAGE POSTERS TURNING 30! (PART THREE)

One late evening on arriving at the Torino train station, we were met by five-year-old twin boys each holding their hand made poster. Along with their  parents, they treated us not only royally but also stole our hearts for 3 amazing days! As we roamed around the Italian North-West extremities (Castellemonte region) with them (the Swiss Alps always in view), we did delight in their lithos. But even more than that, we felt we had come upon very special humans.

 

 

Liz, and her (vivacious) stand at London’s Covent Garden.

 

 

Dear friends in Paris, a City of Light, so often lighting our way!
Longchamp racetrack—looking for a long shot.
We were so fortunate to be in the orbit of two wise and witty sweethearts!
Our heads were spinning!
A vintage poster friend, near Portobello Road Market in London! Visiting other British markets.
 The poster museum, in Toulouse, presided over by its gracious curator, Raymond  Gastu.
Once upon a time, in Winnipeg, Manitoba when we visited our families!
There’s nothing quite like Italy!
Old paper, old friends.  As fresh as yesterday!
 A Milano source of the work of a graphic artist we consider to be fabulous!
The ATOCHA train station in Madrid which we crisscrossed many times. The setting felt like a botanical park. The only such station of dozens that we rolled through in  the  many European countries we visited.
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