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SPORTING LIFE IN ORIGINAL VINTAGE POSTERS

Cycles France 1920s; A. Bernat; 63″ x 47″ World Cup Soccer, the Tour de France, Wimbledon…we live in fabulous times for those of us who love the world of sports. The darkness of this graphic design so aptly captures the … Continue reading

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LET’S GET AWAY FROM IT ALL—APPROACHES TO TRAVEL GRAPHICS

There are many ways to induce travel dreams, and graphic designers in the poster and other visual areas have to hit upon the one that most effectively meets the client’s needs (and at the same time satisfying the artist’s comprehensive … Continue reading

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MORE THAN A GAME: SPORTS AS SEEN BY VINTAGE GRAPHICS

  Oftentimes, it is the setting that provides the main delight within a sports moment. The football game occasion, eclipsed by miniature golf, which is in turn upstaged by the bumpin’ refreshment corridor.

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THE COLOR AGENDA OF VINTAGE LITHOGRAPHIC POSTERS

Lithography is an endlessly fascinating phenomenon; and not the least of its attractions is its delivery of eye and heart-popping coloration. The poster shown, is by one of the great lithographic colorists, Roger Broders. Here the upshot is a diversion … Continue reading

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