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Ali Baba roast coffee | Budapest Poster Gallery
Ali Baba coffee Hungarian poster Decorative commercial poster by Sándor Lengyel who was a very sought-after graphic designer in the 1960s and 70s. He mostly designed commercial posters and he was famous for his cartoon-like style. In the 1960s and 70s a great cavalcade of styles were applied by artists, and this cartooonish manner was among the most popular ones, however, Lengyel managed to add his unique tone to it.
Magyar plakátok a II. világháborúból
Christmas Greetings from South Hungary (Erdély = Transylvania), 1941. Erdély újra a mienk! - A Délmagyarország karácsonyi ajándéka. In August 1940, Hungary gained about 40% of Transylvania by the Second Vienna Award, with the arbitration of Germany and Italy. The Second Vienna Award was voided on 12 September 1944 by the Allied Commission through the Armistice Agreement with Romania.
We Warmly recommend: State Department Store | Budapest Poster Gallery
Warmly recommended: State Department Store ’We warmly recommend: State Department Store’ – commercial poster from the 1950s. Its designer is unknown. The poster was an advertisement for the State Department Stores. They were a nationalized chain in the socialist era, founded in 1949. These stores had a different system from those shopping centres known today, as they didn't have numerous little shops of different brands. Instead, State Department Stores functioned as big economic unities and th