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Poster Mystery #1 – How did a department store in Italy start selling iPads in 1904? | Leopoldo Metlicovitz, E. & A. Mele & Ci., 1904 |
Wishing you and yours a happy, prosperous 2013!
We love the simplicity and winter whimsy of this Mid-Century Swiss poster. The price – just $375 – makes it twice as nice and perhaps the perfect holiday gift for the design lover on your list. Looking for even more … Read more
Do you have Winter Wanderlust? Vintage posters for exotic vacation destinations and a selection of general works are on display at International Poster Gallery just in time for the holidays! From the sun-drenched French Riviera to the icy peaks of … Read more
Best wishes for a wonderful Thanksgiving from Interntional Poster Gallery! | View all Mather Work Incentive posters here. |
International Poster Gallery wishes to express its deep concern for all of those affected by Hurricane Sandy. Our thoughts are with you in the days and weeks of rebuilding ahead. To show our support, 10% of the proceeds* from gallery-owned … Read more
The liberation of fashion in the early Sixties is clear in this vibrant poster by leading Swiss poster artist Fritz Buhler. His poster for a Basel clothier’s 40th anniversary is emphatic in announcing a new age of bold patterns and … Read more
Looking for some Halloween inspiration? We’ve gathered together some of our favorite scary posters over on Pinterest. From Cappiello’s ghouls and goblins to sophisticated masquerade balls, there’s something for everyone!
In 1955, the high-energy French actor and singer Gilbert Becaud released the hit song titled C’est Formidable! (That’s Great!). It was a perfect marketing opportunity for Vespa to create a hip poster campaign. The poster shows the singer nimbly mounting … Read more
This stunning poster, a classic of the International Typographic, or Swiss Style, was selected as a Swiss Poster of the Year award winner in 1963. Strongly relying on typographic elements, the “Swiss Style” was refined in the ’50s and ’60s at … Read more