Lithography, a cost-effective form of printmaking, revolutionized the speed and quality of printing, allowing artists to transform their practice.
Bold posters are common today, but it wasn’t until Chéret, Toulouse-Lautrec and Steinlen lit cities with color, and made vintage French posters an art form.
As the Beatles parted ways, Lennon gave peace a chance with a pen in an Amsterdam hotel. John Lennon's art remains as prized today as it was 50 years ago.
The bicycle transformed mobility and lured famous poster artists to test their patience drawing pedals and spokes. Today vintage bicycle posters are a popular collector's item.
Let's look at how a nation with consumption at its heart has celebrated its love of all things comestible via a lens of vintage food posters.
Vintage wine posters showcasing thirsty artistic flair are as coveted, by some, as the bottles themselves. Take a brief saunter through wine poster history.
Discover the psychology of memory and nostalgia in vintage advertising to see why it remains an exciting field for collectors--and how elements of vintage ads still work in modern advertising.
If you’ve ever found yourself wondering “What is a lithograph?” you are not alone. Understanding what makes lithographs unique is key for any collector.
Poster art evolved in response to cultural, political and economic factors through the 20th century. See how in this guide to vintage posters by the decade.
We sat down with author Roger Crimlis to discuss collecting music posters, how to display them in your home, and what may be the next big collecting trend.