Category Archives: recent additions

Looks Can be Deceiving in the Poster World

One common thread that all Original Vintage Posters have is that they were intended to attract the viewer and then to tell that viewer their message. The image below is not only one of my personal favorite posters, it also demonstrates

Looks Can be Deceiving in the Poster World

One common thread that all Original Vintage Posters have is that they were intended to attract the viewer and then to tell that viewer their message. The image below is not only one of my personal favorite posters, it also demonstrates

Were there truly Mad Men in the 1960’s who designed advertising ?

A number of years ago, I purchased a series of posters for the 1980 Lake Placid Winter Olympics that were designed by an American artist, Dennis Wheeler. The last one that we still have is a design showing the figure

Were there truly Mad Men in the 1960’s who designed advertising ?

A number of years ago, I purchased a series of posters for the 1980 Lake Placid Winter Olympics that were designed by an American artist, Dennis Wheeler. The last one that we still have is a design showing the figure

Can you find the missing Monkey?

This is not a Where is Waldo style note but rather an opportunity to acquire an old friend in the poster world. As so many poster lovers know, many of the posters that were readily available years ago ( at

Can you find the missing Monkey?

This is not a Where is Waldo style note but rather an opportunity to acquire an old friend in the poster world. As so many poster lovers know, many of the posters that were readily available years ago ( at

The Classroom as Museum: Our Newly Acquired Collection of Original Vintage Educational Charts

In my recent travels abroad, I came across an incredible find – a rare series of original educational charts from the late 1800s and 1900s. At the end of the 19th century Heinrich Jung (Teacher), Dr. Gottfried Von Koch (Professor) and

The Classroom as Museum: Our Newly Acquired Collection of Original Vintage Educational Charts

In my recent travels abroad, I came across an incredible find – a rare series of original educational charts from the late 1800s and 1900s. At the end of the 19th century Heinrich Jung (Teacher), Dr. Gottfried Von Koch (Professor) and