Vintage alcohol poster "Vodka Relsky" - Leonetto Cappiello - High Definition - matte paper 230gr/m2

Sale price€29,90 EUR
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Size: Size 1 - 20x30cm / 8x12 inch
  • High Definition digital file (300 dpi).
  • High quality paper (>230g/m²).
  • 3mm overhang on the poster for an elegant look.
  • 24/48 hour shipping - perfectly packaged and protected.
  • Frame not included (optional).

A high definition reproduction of the " Vodka Relsky " advertising poster created by Leonetto Cappiello in 1910.

This vintage poster whose full title is " Vodka Relsky, 1st Kumel " is typical of advertising posters from the beginning of the 20th century.

On a black background, the poster presents the head of a Russian character with an enormous red beard and wearing an Oushanka, the traditional Russian cap. The color contrast in Black and Red is striking and will bring a remarkable touch to your interior decoration.

This Vintage poster is Printed in 300 dpi high definition quality on high-end paper >250g/m2 - Frame Not Included (optional).

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LEBRETON Dominique
Merci

Beau tirage velours d'une belle affiche de cette époque où la publicité était encore
un noble Art.. Bravo au site de nous dénicher ces petites pépites.

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