BFI Print Store - Reproduction prints from the BFI National Archive Stills Posters and Design Collection.
By the People, For the People: Posters from the WPA, 1936-1943 - A
collection consists of 908 boldly colored and graphically diverse original posters produced from 1936 to 1943 as part of Franklin Delano
Roosevelt's New Deal. Of the 2,000 WPA posters known to exist, the Library of Congress's collection of more than
900 is the largest. These striking silkscreen, lithograph, and woodcut posters were designed to publicize health and safety programs;
cultural programs including art exhibitions, theatrical, and musical performances; travel and tourism; educational programs; and community
activities in seventeen states and the District of Columbia. The posters were made possible by one of the first U.S. Government programs to
support the arts and were added to the Library's holdings in the 1940s.
Cartouche Press - Publishes the best in fantasy and science-fiction art. Featuring artists
like Christopher Shy, John Zeleznik, and Brom, Cartouche specializes in high-quality presentation and printing books,
postcards, prints, and whatever else you can dream of featuring both the images, and the comments of the artists.
Chinese Posters: Propaganda, Politics, History, Art - An initiative of Stefan R.
Landsberger (Leiden University, University of Amsterdam) and Marien van der Heijden (International Institute of
Social History, Amsterdam). The aim of this website is to present the Landsberger and IISH collections of Chinese
propaganda posters (over 4,000 pieces) through virtual exhibitions, theme presentations and a web-database.
Corbis - Photography, framed and unframed prints and posters.
Eyestorm - Retailer for limited-edition artworks by the world's greatest contemporary artists and
Fine Art America - Provides online marketplace and fulfillment service for artists and
photographers who upload their images, set their prices, and sell their prints to a global audience of art collectors.
Graphic Collectibles - Online gallery of original, collectible comic artwork, children's
book art, illustration artwork, and limited edition art prints.
Heads of State - Jason Kernevich and Dustin Summers have been working together
in one form or another since 2002. After graduating Tyler School of Art's militant design program, Kernevich and Summers began
making silkscreen posters for Philadelphia's independent music scene. The graphic and conceptual simplicity of their collaborations made an
immediate impact on the burgeoning poster revival in North America.
Poster - Wikipedia entry providing overview of poster history, poster printing, and
notable poster artists.
PosterConnection Blog - One of the first auction houses to specialize in poster-only auctions. Since then, it has published over 100 catalogs for its U.S. and German sales. In 1995, it established an outlet in the San Francisco Bay Area where it conducts its U.S. auctions.
The Outsiders - Makes accessible online purchases of exclusive, artist-signed, often
hand-finished prints, books, affordably priced original works, and other inexpensive works of art directly from the Lazarides galleries group of artists and many more besides. Presents a diverse and affordable range
of original sketches, studies, drawings and other works of art, as well as the odd unique piece of sculpture, collage and photography.
Wes Wilson - The father of the 1960s rock concert poster and one of the leading designers of psychedelic posters. Best-known for designing posters for Bill Graham of the The Fillmore in San Francisco, he invented a style that is now synonymous with the peace movement, psychedelic era and the 1960s.
Windows on the War: Soviet TASS Posters at Home and Abroad, 1941-1945 - During World War II,
the Soviet Union's news agency, TASS, enlisted artists and writers to bolster support for the nation's war effort. Working from
Moscow, this studio produced hundreds of storefront window posters, one for nearly every day of the war. Windows on the War: Soviet
TASS Posters at Home and Abroad, 1941-1945 is a monumental exhibition centered on these posters, which have not been seen in the
United States since the Second World War. Impressively large-between five and ten feet tall-and striking in the vibrancy and texture of the
stencil medium, these posters were sent abroad, including to the Art Institute of Chicago, to serve as international cultural
"ambassadors" and to rally allied and neutral nations to the endeavors of the Soviet Union. In Windows on the War, 250 posters
were on display July 31-October 23, 2011, with the rich historical and cultural context of US-USSR relations illuminated through
photographs and other documentary material.
Worlds of Wonder (WOW) - Contemporary illustrative and cover art in the genres of
fantasy, science fiction and horror, and unique or highly limited editions of three dimensional artworks which carry out these fantastical
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