These graphic and arresting posters were originally produced by the Atelier Populaire (University Art Students) in Paris in May of 1968 in support of the massive labor strikes that were taking place across France. These prints are from a vintage folio sized out-of-print book published in England in 1969. I have many to choose from and will be bringing some to the Brooklyn Flea over the next few weeks. Contact me for more details, prices and availability.
I recently acquired a treasure trove of school maps, charts and other teaching materials from a printer's archive in Mexico City. These are unmounted large (36" x 48") prints that would have been mounted with linen on wooden dowels and used in classrooms. They would look great framed as well with their eye-catching colors and graphics. I have many charts and maps of all the continents. E-mail for more photos and prices.