Here at I Desire Vintage Posters, we have always carefully chosen, for our site, imagery that excites us and would seem to be attractive to many others. But, sometimes, we will have on hand fine vintage posters which the world seems to be able to ignore. Today’s vintage graphic art blog takes a close look at these items we are delighted to be able to closely touch base with; but, still having a concern that they didn’t click after several years.
Our first gem, displaying such a warm welcome and expert composition, pertains to the iconic World’s Fair, in New York, in the dramatic year of 1939. The theme was “The World of Tomorrow,” as especially spotlighted by the edifices of the Trylon and the Perisphere, housing dioramas, called, “Democracy,” and, “Utopian City of the Future.”
Drop-dead dazzling, when dazzling was more than mouse-size.
Talk about confident, independent women, with Italian genius for color and regal shoes!
The touches of the primordial and the timeless, lift this soaring tooth-paste ad sky-high.
This sunny temptation revels in its striking white expanses as contrasted by the black interiors. A non-stop, transatlantic art gallery!
A vignette speaking to la dolce vita, while measuring a universe of joy.
An irresistible (you might think) surreal Central Park. A place you could stay forever!
The much-maligned 50’s, stages here a remarkable rejoinder!
As gloriously art deco as it gets!