Maybe it’s because I’m mentally preparing for the reduced color palette of winter (lots and lots of white and not so very much of anything else) but I’ve been looking at some of our black and white posters in a new light … and I guess I’m not the only one. Design and ‘nesting’ magazines seem to be similarly inspired.
Black and white are pretty easy to use in almost any design setting (or, if you’re a fan of Michael Jackson, musical setting, like this) – vintage, contemporary, futuristic – and whether you go high-end or IKEA, you’re sure to find a home for black and white in the living room, bedroom or kitchen. If you’re looking for interior design tips, check out magazines (on-line or off) like House Beautiful (their black and white story can be found here), the ‘dog and pony’ blogs of design firms like this one from Poland or come into the gallery and we’ll help you out.
Whether you’re going for the monochromatic look of ebony and ivory, or want a little splash of color, with over 4,000 posters in stock, we definitely have something to help you out of the (soon-to-be) wintertime blahs.
And for those of you who religiously read this blog, an apology and a bonus:
APOLOGY: I’ve been ignoring you. You deserve better and I’m sorry. I’ll try harder.
BONUS: Because you deserve better (and because I really am sorry), for the first 5 people who read this and tell me the word of the day (which is the name of the artist who produced our stupendous Etoile du Nord poster), I will give you a copy of our limited edition L’Affichiste exhibition poster by Tomasz Walenta. (While supplies last and correct answers are supplied.)
Cassandre? Hello. I was wondering if you know how many record album covers Vittorio Fiorucci did the artwork for? I’ve got a copy, nd one album came with a small poster as well. Hope all is well in Montreal. I plan to visit soon, it’s been too long.
Date: Sat, 24 Oct 2015 17:33:43 +0000 To: firstname.lastname@example.org