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Le sport et le gymnastique, from AgenceEureka’s Milliat (1933-1934) Flickr set.
I am now persuaded to go boating with a guy in a unitard.
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Perhaps most widely known for his Dubonnet poster, Adolphe-Mouron (A.M.) Cassandre is one of France’s most preeminent and influential commercial poster artists.
Cassandre’s advertising agency, Alliance Graphique, also established a number of new typefaces, such as Bifur (1929):
For these and other Cassandre images, visit HERE and HERE.
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