Design Studi- Online would like to turn back time and introduce the impressive posters which “rocked” the world right at birth. In the previous time when technology was not developed, the artists drew the posters by themselves. The layout, color match with remarkable details has turned these posters into the “classic” ones in poster design.

/ source: 50 Posters that Rocked the World

1. Moulin Rouge

The poster was born in 19th century France, where a new style of advertisement for products, exhibitions and events developed.Often called the father of the poster, Jules Chéret was one of the first masters of the new four-colour lithographic print process. This is his 1890 poster for the Moulin Rouge cabaret in Paris.

2. Absinthe Robette

Through the late 19th century and into the 20th, new posters advertising luxury goods were commissioned from influential Art Nouveau artists. This Henri Privat-Livemont’s poster is typical of the style, with a Pre-Raphelite inspired figure enjoying the goods – in this case, Absinthe Robette.

3. Le Chat Noir

Le Chat Noir was said to be the first modern cabaret, opening its doors in Paris in 1881. This poster was created by Art Nouveau printmaker Théophile Steinlen in 1896 to promote an upcoming tour of the cabaret’s performers. The club closed in 1897 after the death of its owner, Rodolphe Salis.

1. Moulin Rouge

The poster was born in 19th century France, where a new style of advertisement for products, exhibitions and events developed.Often called the father of the poster, Jules Chéret was one of the first masters of the new four-colour lithographic print process. This is his 1890 poster for the Moulin Rouge cabaret in Paris.

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2. Absinthe Robette

Through the late 19th century and into the 20th, new posters advertising luxury goods were commissioned from influential Art Nouveau artists. This Henri Privat-Livemont’s poster is typical of the style, with a Pre-Raphelite inspired figure enjoying the goods – in this case, Absinthe Robette.

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3. Le Chat Noir

Le Chat Noir was said to be the first modern cabaret, opening its doors in Paris in 1881. This poster was created by Art Nouveau printmaker Théophile Steinlen in 1896 to promote an upcoming tour of the cabaret’s performers. The club closed in 1897 after the death of its owner, Rodolphe Salis.

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4. I Want YOU for US Army

J.M. Flagg’s famous 1917 poster was used to recruit soldiers to fight in World War I and World War II. The artist used his own face as a model for Uncle Sam.

5. We Can Do It!

‘We Can Do It!’ started life as an American wartime propaganda poster in 1943, designed to boost workers’ morale. In the 1980s it was rediscovered and its hero, who came to be known as ‘Rosie the Riveter,’ found fame again as a symbol of feminism and political empowerment.

4. I Want YOU for US Army

J.M. Flagg’s famous 1917 poster was used to recruit soldiers to fight in World War I and World War II. The artist used his own face as a model for Uncle Sam.

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dịch vụ thiết kế poster,
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5. We Can Do It!

‘We Can Do It!’ started life as an American wartime propaganda poster in 1943, designed to boost workers’ morale. In the 1980s it was rediscovered and its hero, who came to be known as ‘Rosie the Riveter,’ found fame again as a symbol of feminism and political empowerment.

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