Original advertising poster from 1957 for the traveling exhibition 'Het atoom hoop voor de toekoms' in Enschede.
This is the Dutch version of jacques Nathan-Garamond's iconic poster ' L'atome, espoir de l'avenir'. Signed 'nathan' at the bottom right in the edge.
Printed by: Litho De Jong, Hilversum.
Condition B : various retouches, especially in the black background and at the intersections of the folds. Cracks and creases at the back repaired/reinforced with acid-free restoration tape.
Shipping: rolled up in a sturdy tube by Bpost track & trace or Bpost International.
As a great admirer of the Bauhaus and modern architecture, an artist with a strong personal style, imbued with the heritage of Cassandre , the French graphic designer Jacques Nathan-Garamond (1910-2001) owes his reputation to his posters produced for companies such as Air France, SNCF, Thompson or Telefunken.
Thanks to his taste for abstraction, consolidated by an exceptional sense of color, Nathan has, throughout his career, created very high quality posters as well as numerous corporate identities, packaging, books and illustrations.
- Jacques Nathan-Garamond
- Titolo del poster
- Het atoom: hoop voor de toekomst
- Arte applicata (design), Fisica, Grafica, Pubblicità, Scienze (generale)
- Paese d’origine
- Paesi Bassi
- B (ragionevole - imperfezioni evidenti)
- 112×82 cm