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Manuel Sierra Posters

The Spanish artist Manolo Sierra shows his talent in several ways: in paintings, murals, serigraphs, engravings and posters. According to ladrilio, this is probably his most known side, because his posters have a bit of everything: drawing, colours, message, compromise, … Continue reading

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Vintage Posters at Charles Michael Gallery

Charles Michael Gallery has some nice works of art, including paintings and prints, and other objects. However, I’m much more interested in the vintage posters session. Divided in eight categories, from travel and transportation to sports, it’s great collection with … Continue reading

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Les affiches françaises du film noir américain

A marvellous on-line exhibition from Bibliothèwue du Film: Les affiches françaises du film noir américain (The French posters of American noir films). I would be happier with more images of posters. However, the images are nice, there is a resume … Continue reading

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International Women’s Day: 2007

I would like to congratulate all the women for our International Women’s Day. I won’t write any manifesto or any protest about the injuries that we are still suffering, all the prejudice and violence that keep happening against us. I … Continue reading

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Museum of Russian Poster

The Museum of Russian Poster has an amazing on-line collection of images. There are almost two thousand of vintage and new posters, divided in seven categories: advertising,agitational, entertainment, military, movies, social and others. This is an excellent collection for its … Continue reading

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The Hammer Collection De Daniel Frenette

The Hammer Collection De Daniel Frenette, aka “La Passion De La Hammer Films”, is a homage of Daniel Frenette to the Hammer Film Productions. The site tells the story of the Hammer films and the companies that bet in the … Continue reading

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National Theatre Posters

The English National Theatre has a special site with over 650 posters from the its archive: National Theatre Posters. The posters are divided by decades, from 1960’s to 2000’s, and genre categories (Shakespeare, British and Irish, American, Children’s Theatre, Musicals, … Continue reading

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Scream Queens

The first time I heard the expression “Scream queen” was in the documentary about horror films history, 100 Years of Horror, hosted by Christopher Lee, which, by the way, I highly recommend. But what is a scream queen? It is … Continue reading

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Movie Posters Links

From time to time Rashomon posts links to cinema posters sites. I save them and forgot to post after. Not it’s time to post some of those cool stuff that he finds. 1920’s 1930’s Horror Sci-fi Lobby Cards is just … Continue reading

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American Social Hygiene Posters

The fabulous collection of American Social Hygiene Posters (ca. 1910-1970) from the University of Minnesota has everything girls and boys need to know for a healthy sexual life (or maybe not): The social hygiene movement of the early twentieth century … Continue reading

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