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Universal International, Creature from the Black Lagoon, United States, 1954 Disney Movie Posters, Old Movie Posters, Horror Movie Posters, Movie Poster Art, Fan Poster, Adornos Halloween, Horror Artwork, Horror Monsters, Monsters

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In between freelance jobs, I had some free time to work on something just for fun, just for me. I hope you all enjoy. Creature from the Black Lagoon

Vintage Cars Classic Le Mans 24 Hours' by Emilio Saluzzi - Vintage car posters - Art Deco - Pullman Editions - Ferrari - Poster Retro, Poster Art, Art Deco Posters, Car Posters, Vintage Posters, Norman Rockwell, Bugatti, Grand Prix, Auto Poster

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Art deco poster design for men’s wear, Kaufhaus JAWO, Vienna. Using the bold font, which was designed by Josef Albers. Via pl. Art Deco Illustration, Illustrations Vintage, Old Poster, Retro Poster, Vintage Advertisements, Vintage Ads, Vintage Posters, Vintage Style, Art Nouveau

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Browse around! I’ve got so many toys. Don’t be bashful. Step up, boys. Come! I’ll show you things you cannot get elsewhere Come! Make with the offers and you’ll get your share. You like my first edition? It’s yours, that’s how I am. A simple definition: You take art, I take spam. Frederick Hollander

Jimi Hendrix Fillmore East Concert Poster Bill Graham / Fantasy Unlimited 1968 Poster Art and Graphic Design by David Byrd Rock Posters, Band Posters, Film Posters, Vintage Concert Posters, Posters Vintage, Vintage Movies, Retro Posters, Psychedelic Rock, Psychedelic Posters

Jimi Hendrix Experience Vintage Concert Poster from Fillmore East, May 10, 1968 at Wolfgang's

Jimi Hendrix Experience Vintage Concert Poster from Fillmore East (New York, NY), May 10, 1968. David Byrd used a drop-bow compass to draw the little circles, and he labored to get Hendrix's hair "... Just right." Hendrix was at the height of his career in mid-1968, and he did two shows for the one-night-only concert. Sly & the Family Stone, not mentioned on the poster, was the second band. Just starting to get airplay, Sly was relatively unknown and was heckled by a crowd that couldn't…