I’m not sure I could be any more in love with these vintage posters over at GrainEdit today (especially the Swiss one):
More HERE. GrainEdit rules, huh? I pretty much swoon over everything posted on their blog.
Posted in Design & Paper, French, Type, Vintage
Tagged Africa, Air Afrique, Air France, airlines, Belgium, Bruxelles, cheese, deer, Design & Paper, Europe, French, fromage, Grain Edit, hunting, Orly, Paris, Poland, poster design, posters, Swiss, Switzerland, travel, travel posters, turkey, Type, Vintage
I had the great fortune of taking a Belgian Lit. class when I was getting my Masters. We read just one Tintin text (Les Bijoux de la Castafiore, which you’ll see pictured below), but the commentary from my (Belgian) prof completely turned me, and the entire class, into a Tintin convert.
In homage to Professeur LeRoy, I give you a selection of covers representing the misadventures of Tintin and his beloved pooch Milou.
All images below borrowed from THIS CATALOG.
Posted in art, Design & Paper, French, French Friday, literature, Type, Vintage
Tagged bandes dessinee, Belgian, Belgian literature, Belgium, book cover, books, comics, covers, Design & Paper, French, French Friday, Herge, illustration, literature, Milou, Tintin, Type, Vintage