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Poster of the Day

“Gee!! I Wish I Were a Man” by Howard Chandler Christy

World War I was the first conflict in which the illustrated color lithographic poster was available, and combatants struggled to make this instrument of mass persuasion effective. Enlistment was one of the key early areas of experimentation, and recruiting yield … Read more

Gallery News

New Exhibition – Paper Wars

International Poster Gallery proudly presents Paper Wars, an evocative exhibition of original propaganda posters of the First and Second World Wars.  On display in the gallery through June 15, the exhibition features some of the most persuasive and galvanizing posters … Read more

Gallery News

Vintage Rock and Roll Posters – New Collection!

The gallery is thrilled to have acquired a major collection of counterculture rock posters from the late Sixties and early Seventies. The “Summer of Love” in 1967 ushered in a brief but spectacular poster craze centered around San Francisco, recalling … Read more

Gallery News

New Acquisitions – Catch of the Day!

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Top 10 Valentine’s Day Posters

Inspired by Flavorwire’s 10 Best Art Kisses, we’ve compiled a group of our favorite romantic posters just in time for Valentine’s Day. From decadent chocolate to dancing cheek-to-cheek, there’s sure to be something to sweeten your day! Just click on … Read more

Poster History

Stone Age Man – The Birth of Stone Lithography

February 26 marks the 177th anniversary of the death of Alois Senefelder (1771 – 1834). All poster fans owe a debt to Senefelder, a German actor and playwright. It was while seeking an inexpensive way to publish one of his … Read more