A new book from Fuel features previously unpublished anti-alcohol posters from the 1960s to ’80s in the Soviet Union.
An auction at Swann Galleries offers over 200 posters that capture the thrill of increased globalization and emerging modes of travel.
Back in the 1930s and ’40s, during the height of the Great Depression, artists designed posters for the Works Projects Administration (WPA) to encourage travel to national parks and other tourist sites in the United States.
MIAMI BEACH — For every skyscraper, zeppelin, airplane, or even lightbulb that demonstrated the progress of technology from the late-19th to mid-20th century, there were countless human bodies mangled, maimed, and electrified along the way.
When the Globe Theatre along London’s River Thames opened in 1599, a flag depicting Hercules hoisting a globe announced the opening of William Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar.
The premise of the Museum of Modern Art’s current exhibition Scorsese Collects is twofold: to present 34 posters from the director’s personal collection and to act as a visual companion to the upcoming film program Scorsese Screens.
The oldest public collection of radical history completed a digital archive of over 2,000 posters.
From 1936 to 1943, around 2,000 posters were created as part of the Works Progress Administration (WPA).
Since 1989, Center for the Study of Political Graphics in LA has amassed some 85,000 political posters, including many revolving around immigration issues in the United States and Europe.