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Disgusting Disco by Roberlan

Disgusting Disco by Roberlan

Karma and Earl Hickey - Roberlan

Karma and Earl Hickey - Roberlan

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1918 poster for the Osaka Mercantile Steamship Co., from the Japanese poster collection at our East Asian Library.

usclibraries:

1918 poster for the Osaka Mercantile Steamship Co., from the Japanese poster collection at our East Asian Library.

Illustration of Ungulates

Illustration of Ungulates

Old Bitch Whiskey -  Roberlan @ Deviant Art

Old Bitch Whiskey -  Roberlan @ Deviant Art

VECTOR IS GOOD - poster art - Roberlan @ Deviant Art

VECTOR IS GOOD - poster art - Roberlan @ Deviant Art

swimming giphy

swimming giphy

Sonoran Desert - Poster Art 
I will lead you into the desert, and there I will speak to your heart. (Hosea 2:14).

Sonoran Desert - Poster Art 

  • I will lead you into the desert, and there I will speak to your heart. (Hosea 2:14).

David Klein’s Gorgeous Vintage Travel Posters

2headedsnake:

Leif Podhajsky Fireworks!, (Festival Poster, Paris, France) Mixed Media, 2012 

2headedsnake:

Leif Podhajsky
Fireworks!, (Festival Poster, Paris, France)
Mixed Media, 2012 

Waikiki-Hula-Posters   (vintage poster from Pan Am Airlines)

Waikiki-Hula-Posters   (vintage poster from Pan Am Airlines)

Holy Mountain Show - featuring beautiful Unicorns

Holy Mountain Show - featuring beautiful Unicorns

The Real Rosie the Riviter

Geraldine Hoff Doyle, was a 17 years (in 1942) while she was working at the American Broach & Machine Co. when a photographer snapped a pic of her on the job. That image used by J. Howard Miller for the now iconic ‘We Can Do It!’ poster, released during World War II. Because the “We Can Do It!” poster was created for an internal Westinghouse project, it did not become widely known until the 1980s, when it began to be used by advocates of women’s equality in the workplace. Doyle did not know she may have been the model for “We Can Do It!” until 1984, when she came across an article in Modern Maturity magazine which linked a photo of her to the poster, which she had not seen before. 

Source:  Messynessychic

Two of my favorite Mucha pieces

19th Century poster art

She Monster - Poster Art

She Monster - Poster Art