Category Archives: Poster of the Day

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Poster of the Day: Menton-Mer-Monts-Merveille

A Touch of the French Riviera! This vibrant scene of the Riviera coast, created in a style reminiscent of Matisse, is the work of a Russian artist who left for France after the Russian Revolution. Terechkovitch was trained in the … Read more

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Posters of the Day: Campari Soda

The Gallery is alive with Campari! This new discovery is irresistible, playful, charming, seductive, hip, fresh and stylish, all rolled in one. You think Audrey Hepburn, Donald Draper & friends, La Dolce Vita and Twiggy. The long green stockinged legs, … Read more

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Staff Favorite: Fritz Buhler’s “Merrent 40 Jahre – Basel”

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

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Mid-Century Poster Highlights: Vespa

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

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Mid-Century Poster Highlights – “Tell” by Armin Hofmann

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

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PKZ by Herbert Matter

Herbert Matter’s poster of a bellhop admiring an overcoat is one of the rarest and most beautiful in PKZ‘s prestigious series. In its sophisticated Art Deco style, it shows the strong influence of Matter’s training in Paris with Cubists Fernand … Read more

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“Campbell’s Tomato Soup Bag” by Andy Warhol

Andy Warhol’s Tomato Soup paper bag from his show at Boston’s Institute of Contemporary Art in 1966 is certainly one of the most sought after and expensive disposable carry-alls in the world, and also one of the most popular pieces … Read more

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“Rheinbrucke” by Peter Birkhauser

We’re kicking off Proto-Pop with a look at an Object Poster classic: Peter Birkhauser’s Rheinbrucke. 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 … Read more

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“Atlantic City – Pennsylvania Railroad” by Edward Eggleston

In the early 30s, Edward Eggleston produced what is often considered the best series of posters for the Pennsylvania Railroad, the most spectacular of which featured Atlantic City. The historically conservative rail line gave Eggleston the freedom to show off … Read more