The old icons of 19th and 20th century advertising, which formerly were part of the magazines covers, billboards or television ads in black and white back in fashion. Patterned pharmaceutical, food, or drinks filled our lives years ago. With them we can get a very chic and fun style on the walls of our kitchens, living rooms or children’s bedrooms. Large scale they serve as decorations of local bars and restaurants.
Andy Warhol, professional Illustrator and guru of modernity was avant-garde and advertising illustrations which gave rise to the movement Pop Art. A simple can of soup will become advertising icon and would become this art history.
The image of Coca Cola was created by the accounting officer of the company Frank Robinson, who gave him the name and designed the logo and the original letter tracing, which has accompanied us since its creation evoking memories of our childhood or youth. Today these iconic posters decorate walls in different environments and with very varied designs. Together with furniture of any style they merged to the today they are timeless posters. Within its variety we can pick them with a focus more classic or avant-garde, colourful strident, striking or milder hues, it all depends on what you want to express in the space to decorate.
Typical machine write Olivetti from the 50 and 60s also used this type of advertising to become known in the market and so many more products, Parisians, grocery and cosmetics. Illustrations that have managed to reach our homes and form part of a peculiar artistic decor.
As we see these fun sheets placed at large or by the opposite medium and varied they create casual environments and are current, Although its beginnings are centenarians. Currently printed on bases of metal, wood, canvas or framed we can purchase them with glass. Give your home a touch of Pop Art with these proposals. search for more at Animalerts.com.