The Power of the Poster
V&A Publications, Jan 1, 1998 - Commercial art - 252 pages
Published to coincide with a major exhibition in April 1998 at the Victoria and Albert Museum, this is an account of the evolution of the poster, from its early beginnings in the 1870s to the increasingly radical approach of the late-20th century.
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