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Poster History, Poster of the Day

“The Eagle has Landed”: Posters of the Space Race

Fifty years ago today the race to the moon culminated with the landing of the Apollo spacecraft and man’s first walk on the moon the following day. Here are a few original  posters from our Space Race archives: Apple. Think … Read more

Poster News

Woodstock and its Classic Poster Celebrate their 50th Anniversary

August 15th marks the 50th anniversary of Woodstock, the most legendary rock concert of the Sixties. This poster has become equally famous as a memento of the weekend’s breathtaking musical lineup and its total freedom from violence. It perfectly expressed … Read more

Poster History

London Underground Poster Series by Severin Discovered

We are thrilled to have discovered one of the most delightful poster series ever created for the London Underground – the rare, 4-part series by Mark Severin, an accomplished Belgian artist who spent the Thirties in London.       Severin’s … Read more

Poster History

New Acquisition: Rare Election Posters by Ben Shahn

For Full Employment After the War – Register to Vote – CIO Political Action Committee by Ben Shahn, 1944 The Congress of Industrial Organizations (CIO) was created in 1938 after its split from the American Federation of Labor (AFL). The … Read more

Gallery News

New Exhibition: Summer Getaway! 22nd Annual Summer Poster Show

 Bermuda – 5 Hours by Air PAA by Adolph Treidler (1937) International Poster Gallery proudly presents “Summer Getaway! 22nd Annual Summer Poster Show,” including more than 50 original vintage travel and leisure posters from near and far, plus a new discovery of … Read more

Poster History

Abigail Kellogg Hazard’s Yale and Princeton Prints

Just in time for graduation! We have two handsome original 12 x 18 inch lithographic prints from 1909. They are from a series of designs for all the members of the Ivy League, but to date only Yale and Princeton have surfaced. Til … Read more

Poster History

Harry Cimino’s RR Donnelley & Sons Co. Calendar, 1928

One of our most unique recent discoveries, this handsome calendar was printed for RR Donnelley  & Sons, a Chicago-based company specializing in printing, binding, designing and engraving. Each month features a robust American sportsperson, absorbed in the sport of the … Read more

Gallery News

New Exhibition: Affordable Classics: Posters for the New Collector

International Poster Gallery  proudly presents “Affordable Classics: Posters for the New Collector”, a show and sale of 50 original vintage posters under $2500 that reveal why the field remains one of the best for newcomers. The show features fine examples … Read more

Poster of the Day

Poster of the Day: Rheinbrucke (Everything from Rheinbrucke Dept. Store)

The Swiss Object Poster Style sought to create unforgettable icons out of everyday objects through breathtaking graphics and printing. No one artist knew how to accomplish this better than Peter Birkhauser, who created more than 50 Object Poster masterpieces during … Read more

Poster of the Day

Poster of the Day: Los Angeles – United Air Lines

Stan Galli created some of the best travel posters of the Fifties and Sixties for United Airlines. This sun-dappled poster is one of his finest – the perfect evocation of the hedonistic lifestyle of Southern California in the mid-60s. Our … Read more