Poster, The - A visual history
Even in the digital age, the printed poster has continued to be one ofthe most influential and well-loved ways of informing and...
Even in the digital age, the printed poster has continued to be one ofthe most influential and well-loved ways of informing and entertainingaudiences. A powerful means of mass communication, posters are aninvaluable resource for understanding the time periods in which theywere produced and distributed and have often played key roles inshaping society.O rganized into seven thematic chapters, The Poster brings togethermore than 300 examples that offer a comprehensive history of theposter as a medium that has been used to share, sell or incite politicaland social change. The text traces the poster through innovations indesign, illustration, typography and printing, as well as movements inart, including Art Nouveau, modernism, Art Deco, psychedelia and punk.F eaturing works by A. M. Cassandre, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec,Alphonse Mucha, Milton Glaser, Paula Scher and Peter Gee, and manymore, this book is an essential resource for graphic designers, illustratorsand anyone interested in social and political history.
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