Vintage advertising poster "Cycles Griffon" - Hugo d'Alesi - 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 " Griffon " advertising poster created by Hugo D'Alesi .

The public limited company Cycles Griffon is a former French manufacturer of bicycles and motorized two-wheelers. After the First World War, in 1919, Griffon became part of the La Sportive consortium, a group of French brands including Peugeot, Hurtu, Alcyon, Automoto, Griffon, Liberator, Labor, La Française, Gladiator, Clément, Armor, Thomann. The poster features a mustachioed man in period clothing (tweed jacket, leather gloves and gaiters, etc.) driving briskly, a Griffon moped with a typical landscape of the South of France in the background, that Jean d'Alesi loved.

About this poster :

  • Poster Name: Griffon
  • Illustrator: Hugo d'Alesi
  • Year of publication: early 20th century.
  • Sponsor: Cycle Griffon.

The Vintage Poster review : This poster recalls the heyday of French cycling.

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