Thursday, March 5, 2009

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(Above) Example of two-sided poster.

(Above) An example of a folio of reproductions of Picasso works. The art is attached to a heavier piece of paper and under the art is a description of the work. There are probably 15 of these pieces.

(Above) An example of reproduction posters, possibly from an exhibit of old posters. Printed on paper like cardstock, nothing on the reverse side.

(Above) Complete magazine from '30s, but unbound, not together any more. Great ads for all kinds of things.

(Above) Complete magazine, 1944, still held together, kept in a plastic bag. WWII themed ads, articles.

1 comment:

Jazz said...

These are so cool! I love vintage paper - and have no place to keep it...