The purpose, role, and style of the poster has changed constantly for over a century to meet the ever-changing needs of society. And, while today its role is less central than it was over a hundred years ago, still the poster evolves and influences how we communicate in the 21st century.
Period Paper offers original mini posters from Cheret and the birth of the poster in the Belle Epoque era, through WWI into Modernism and the Art Deco era (including the masterful and highly collectible London Railway Posters), to WWII and the rise of the postwar Information Age.
What is an original mini poster? They range from the hand-tipped miniature posters released in specialty journals and portfolios, to the common halftone images considered ephemera, to the fine art lithographs by Mourlot in France who printed the posters of Picasso, Chagall, Miro, Matisse & more in miniature.
This is a 1973 black and white reproduction of a poster that was created circa 1895 to advertise Gladiator Bicycles. Period Paper is pleased to offer a wonderful collection of... View full product details
This is a 1973 color reproduction of an amazing poster that was created in 1899 by artist H. Gray for Cycles Sirius, 14 & 16 Rue Duret, Paris. Period Paper... View full product details
"Chagall" This is an original 1966 color offset lithograph of a poster created by Marc Chagall for an exhibition at the Kunsthaus, Zurich, from Dezember 1950 - Januar 1951. CONDITIONThis... View full product details
"Vence. Cite des Arts et des Fleurs, 1953" This is an original 1966 two-color offset lithograph of a poster created by Marc Chagall for the Fêtes de Pâques in Venice,... View full product details
"Chagall" This is an original 1966 color offset lithograph of a poster created by Marc Chagall for an exhibition at the Kunsthalle, Bern, from 27 Oktober - 29 November, n.d.... View full product details