PLAYING FAVORITES: POSTERS WE CAN’T FORGET!

Through the years there have been graphics that, for various reasons, have touched us with unusual force. Most of them are long gone; but they still linger in our memory and, thereby, still help us along.
The Belgian moto shown above—by the great, all-round designer, Marcello Nizzoli— is as cool as it gets.
                                   The inimitable Pal, dean of Belle Epoque sexiness.

A dazzling gem by an unacknowledged artist; but we’ll never stop acknowledging this work, the soul of sprightliness!

Frank McIntosh and the Pan-Am Clipper, giving us a public facility so attentive to rare moments that it enters the realm of surreal mystery.
The great Paul Colin and his inhabiting the bracing and melancholy chic of Paris.

 

Our first poster purchase. And we thank our lucky stars we can still find it anew!
                                              A great finale. And an ongoing thrill!

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