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I have no idea what this says, but it looks cool.
Still have no idea what it says.
Okay, forget just the post, the whole blog is amazing, even though I can’t read a damn word of it.
I wish this was Cyrillic. Poop. (This person’s flickr has a lot of vintage Italian and German posters! It’s definitely worth a look.)
“Dutch-Indian Art Exhibition in Krefeld.”
International Art Exhibition, Munich.
Poster of the Olympic torch created in honour of its passing through Vienna on its way to the 1936 Olympic Games in Berlin.
Me, I just like the way the word “Österreich” looks. (Same with “Königreich Preußen.” Stupid sexy German.)
A wonderful and striking poster by one of the best poster artists of the time - Tom Purvis’s bandsman’s for the old and now lost newspaper The Daily Herald.
I want to see the den of thinking men/like Jean-Paul Sartre…!
“Annotazione sopra la Lettione della Spera del Sacrobosco.” Printed in 1550. How’s that for vintage.
Construction Exhibition, Stuttgart (1924)