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    poster
  • Someone who sends a message to a newsgroup
  • bill poster: someone who pastes up bills or placards on walls or billboards
  • post horse: a horse kept at an inn or post house for use by mail carriers or for rent to travelers
  • a sign posted in a public place as an advertisement; "a poster advertised the coming attractions"
  • A large printed picture used for decoration
  • A large printed picture, notice, or advertisement displayed in a public place
    photo
  • A photograph
  • PHOTO was the name of an American photographic magazine geared towards men. It was published monthly by the Official Magazine Corporation beginning in June 1952.
  • Photo is a French magazine about photography, published monthly by Hachette Filipacchi Medias. It is mostly focused on artistic aspects of photography rather than technical aspects. The editorial line is mostly oriented toward fashion and nude photography.
  • A photo finish
  • photograph: a representation of a person or scene in the form of a print or transparent slide; recorded by a camera on light-sensitive material
    art
  • Works produced by such skill and imagination
  • Creative activity resulting in the production of paintings, drawings, or sculpture
  • the products of human creativity; works of art collectively; "an art exhibition"; "a fine collection of art"
  • the creation of beautiful or significant things; "art does not need to be innovative to be good"; "I was never any good at art"; "he said that architecture is the art of wasting space beautifully"
  • a superior skill that you can learn by study and practice and observation; "the art of conversation"; "it's quite an art"
  • The expression or application of human creative skill and imagination, typically in a visual form such as painting or sculpture, producing works to be appreciated primarily for their beauty or emotional power
art photo poster - Koretsky: The
Koretsky: The Soviet Photo Poster: 1931-1984
Koretsky: The Soviet Photo Poster: 1931-1984
Viktor Koretsky (1909?1998) was a leading Soviet artist and the acknowledged master of the Soviet photographic poster. With a long and prolific career that spanned the early Stalin era through to the onset of Glasnost, Koretsky produced some of the most memorable images of World War II and the Cold War from the point of view of the USSR.

The first comprehensive catalogue of Koretsky’s work in any language, this stunning and richly illustrated album provides an essential introduction to the major examples of Koretsky’s artistic output, including posters, original designs, and other political graphics. An introductory essay by noted art historian Erika Wolf provides a fascinating general overview of the Soviet political poster, situating Koretsky’s work historically, politically, and artistically. The core of the volume is a series of two hundred full-color plates, each accompanied by a concise commentary that clarifies its significance; arranged chronologically, these works of political propaganda art brilliantly record the shifting political and artistic circumstances of the distinctive eras of their production&mdas;the first Five-Year Plan, World War II, Postwar Stalinism, the Thaw, the Brezhnev era, and the twilight of Soviet authoritarian culture.

Richly annotated with related primary source quotations, a chronology, and a glossary of Soviet culture, Koretsky is a groundbreaking contribution to our understanding of this influential and little-understood artist.

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Street Art
Street Art
Algorta (Basque Country) --------- "Mi primer poster callejero" "My first street poster"
Art Camp Poster 06
Art Camp Poster 06
My work for Art Camp Hakusyu Photo taken by 4x5 color negative with pinhole. Super wide 40mm focal length.

art photo poster
art photo poster
Film Noir, Femmes Fatales and Crime Movie Vintage Posters From Day One. 4th Edition in color, Book 2 (Hollywood Studios Posters of the Silver Screen, Classic Period and The Gangsters Days.)
On the market nowadays, we find several books on film posters. So why to publish another one? Well, there are several reasons in fact, but for now, I will point out the most important ones:
1-Almost all the other books (seriously considered) on the subject do not exceed 80 or 90 pages. This one has 120 pages.
2-Other publications are basically limited to one poster per film. This book offers the readers the opportunity to get acquainted with multiple posters for each film, issued at various dates, and/or for specific reasons.
3-In addition, American films which were shown abroad usually had regional posters published in foreign languages with a very particular cache, quite different from the English edition. It is always interesting to learn how foreigners have perceived the films, summarized them, and presented them to their perspective markets. Sometimes, the translation of the title of the film is self-explanatory.
4-Equally important is the foreign artwork and special details given to those foreign posters. This book gives you the opportunity to find out.
5-One major characteristic of this book is the fact that distinctive stills from the films are herewith published, thus giving you a general idea about the mystique and cache of the picture.

This volume (Book 2) contains posters and stills from:

The Desperate Hours. Spanish title: Horas Desperado.
Violent Saturday. French title: Les inconnus dans la ville.
Violent Saturday. The English title.
Violent Saturday. The Spanish title: Sabado Tragico.
Walk A Crooked Mile.
The Dark Corner.
Secret Venture.
Dragnet.
Man Afraid.
Dark Passage.
Nocturne.
The Sniper.
Deadlier than the Male.
Pitfall.
Nightmare Alley.
Night Editor.
Sleep, My Love.
FBI Girl.
French title: Les filles du service secret (Girls of the secret service).
Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye.
The Woman in the Window.
The Rise and Fall of Legs Diamond.
French title: Je suis un agent du F.B.I. (I am an FBI Agent).
Rogue Cop.
Rogue Cop, Spanish title: Prisoniero de la Traicion.
Murder, My Sweet.
Scandal Sheet.
The Long Wait.
The Scar.
Lonely Heart Bandits.
The Sellout.
Sorry, Wrong Number. French title: Raccrochez…c’est une erreur.
Sorry, Wrong Number, English title.
Fingerprints Don’t Lie.
For You I Die.
T-Men.
The House on 92nd Street.
Shield For Murder.
The Tattered Dress.
The Tattered Dress. French title.
Harper.
The Hunted.
I Cover Big Town.
I Died A Thousand Times.
Jealousy.
Side Street.
Johnny Eager. Spanish title: La Sendra Prohibida.
Johnny Eager. English title.
The Line-UP
Spanish/Italian edition: Crimine Silenzioso.
Kansas City Confidential. French title: Le 4em Homme.
Six Bridges To Cross. Spanish edition: La Rapina del Socolo.
Scarceface.
The Asphalt Jungle.

On the market nowadays, we find several books on film posters. So why to publish another one? Well, there are several reasons in fact, but for now, I will point out the most important ones:
1-Almost all the other books (seriously considered) on the subject do not exceed 80 or 90 pages. This one has 120 pages.
2-Other publications are basically limited to one poster per film. This book offers the readers the opportunity to get acquainted with multiple posters for each film, issued at various dates, and/or for specific reasons.
3-In addition, American films which were shown abroad usually had regional posters published in foreign languages with a very particular cache, quite different from the English edition. It is always interesting to learn how foreigners have perceived the films, summarized them, and presented them to their perspective markets. Sometimes, the translation of the title of the film is self-explanatory.
4-Equally important is the foreign artwork and special details given to those foreign posters. This book gives you the opportunity to find out.
5-One major characteristic of this book is the fact that distinctive stills from the films are herewith published, thus giving you a general idea about the mystique and cache of the picture.

This volume (Book 2) contains posters and stills from:

The Desperate Hours. Spanish title: Horas Desperado.
Violent Saturday. French title: Les inconnus dans la ville.
Violent Saturday. The English title.
Violent Saturday. The Spanish title: Sabado Tragico.
Walk A Crooked Mile.
The Dark Corner.
Secret Venture.
Dragnet.
Man Afraid.
Dark Passage.
Nocturne.
The Sniper.
Deadlier than the Male.
Pitfall.
Nightmare Alley.
Night Editor.
Sleep, My Love.
FBI Girl.
French title: Les filles du service secret (Girls of the secret service).
Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye.
The Woman in the Window.
The Rise and Fall of Legs Diamond.
French title: Je suis un agent du F.B.I. (I am an FBI Agent).
Rogue Cop.
Rogue Cop, Spanish title: Prisoniero de la Traicion.
Murder, My Sweet.
Scandal Sheet.
The Long Wait.
The Scar.
Lonely Heart Bandits.
The Sellout.
Sorry, Wrong Number. French title: Raccrochez…c’est une erreur.
Sorry, Wrong Number, English title.
Fingerprints Don’t Lie.
For You I Die.
T-Men.
The House on 92nd Street.
Shield For Murder.
The Tattered Dress.
The Tattered Dress. French title.
Harper.
The Hunted.
I Cover Big Town.
I Died A Thousand Times.
Jealousy.
Side Street.
Johnny Eager. Spanish title: La Sendra Prohibida.
Johnny Eager. English title.
The Line-UP
Spanish/Italian edition: Crimine Silenzioso.
Kansas City Confidential. French title: Le 4em Homme.
Six Bridges To Cross. Spanish edition: La Rapina del Socolo.
Scarceface.
The Asphalt Jungle.

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