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The OSPAAAL posters in particular reveal the idealistic spirit at the core of the Cuban Revolution, intent on eradicating imperialism globally.
This is a screen printed poster depicting a stylised monkey, with orange hair and a blue face and hands, against a black background.
The first Earth Day was held on 22 April 1970 with the aim of raising awareness of environmental issues.
This poster advertises a 6-day long concert series held at the end of 1967 in San Francisco by legendary rock promoter Bill Graham.
This photograph of model Christine Keeler posed naked astride a modern plywood chair is an iconic image of the 1960s.
René Lalique was Art Nouveau’s most important jeweller. He developed a new stylistic language based on sinuous interpretations of natural forms, and championed non-precious materials…
For his Autumn-Winter 2016 menswear collection, Thom Browne immortalised his dachshund Hector as a bag, life-size and naturalistically covered in fur to mimic his hair.
The artist, Linda Darty, describes her work as ‘an exploration of form and surface, incorporating my love of colour and graphic imagery’.