John Pashe designed The Rolling Stones’ iconic “tongue and lip” logo in 1971, as well as four concert posters between 1970 and 1974. Each of his posters for the band is a paean to the Art Deco transportation designs of the 1920s and 30s, reinterpreted with a post-Haight Ashbury flourish.Learn more ›
Paddlewheel boats have been operated on Lake Como since the 1820s. The Como went into service in 1874, officially designated as a Salon Paddle Steamer. She was demolished in 1953. Although this poster dates from the turn-of-the-century, it has a bold design and a style that belies its early date. The image on this poster is still used today on the cover of the timetables for sailings by the Lariana Company on Lake Como.Learn more ›
One of the rarest Shelby American posters ever created. ORIGINAL 1964 Sebring 12 Hours Of Endurance Cobra poster celebrating the GT Class win for the Cobras at Sebring.Learn more ›
Clint Eastwood has a literal fistful of dollars on this vibrant Italian poster by noted Sicilian artist, Michelangelo Papuzza. This striking country of origin, from Sergio Leone’s ground-breaking spaghetti Western, was created to coincide with the 1968 70mm release of the film in Italy, after it attained classic status.Learn more ›
“To announce the launch of the Cunard White Star line’s biweekly luxury liner service between New York and Cherbourg, Roquin created this handsome composition, visually equating two behemoths of the sea . . . with one of the ultimate symbols of the Art Deco era, the Chrysler Building . . . the New York City skyline in the background creates the illusion of a giant anchor” (Crouse p. 239). Weallans p. 173, Crouse p. 239.Learn more ›
From 1903 onward Cappiello began to change his approach to poster design. He began to invent characters, some of which (through repetition in advertisements) began to become associated with the products. The first, in 1903, was the green lady on a red horse advertising Chocolat Klaus; other classics include the 1910 Cinzano zebra and Chocolat Poulain’s foal. Fernet Branca belongs to the same group of early visual devices that Cappiello designed. This is the rare Italian version. Cappiello/Firenze p. 80, Menegazzi p. 164 no. 169.Learn more ›
An elegant 1926 study in contrasting graphic styles. Charles Loupot’s nibbler– all geometric contours, smudged tones, and Modigliani neck– becomes a fantasy of taste above and beyond the chocolate bar wrapper.Learn more ›
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