And absinthe, because of its growing popularity and new association with the working class, became a focus of the anti-alcohol movement. Bourgeois fear of working class violence after 1848 also likely played a role in the condemnation of a drink associated with "working class" behavior.

Original Vintage Absinthe Posters at The Virtual Absinthe Museum: Tamagno, Privat-Livemont

A powerful vintage anti-Absinthe Poster showing a caricature by the Portuguese artist Leal da Camara, published in 1903 in the satirical journal L'Assiette au Beurre

A powerful vintage anti-Absinthe Poster showing a caricature by the Portuguese artist Leal da Camara, published in 1903 in the satirical journal L'Assiette au Beurre; original poster size 28 x

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Read Chapter Darkest of Times from the story Heart and Home~ Edmund Pevensie by ____Gabrielle____ (Gabrielle) with reads.

Sportslui! Weg met den Alcohol! Hij is een gevaar voor U!

Stop drinking alcohol! It's a danger to you!, designed by Albert Hahn, 1928

A mértéktelen alkoholfogyasztás

Budapest Poster Gallery is based in Budapest, Hungary, dealing in all kinds of original vintage posters and ephemera, offering worldwide shipping.

I can't decide which is funnier... The fact that they are serious, or the crazy looks on their faces?

Prohibition: Women like this would come together because they were against alcohol and drinking. They would make up mottos like "Lips that touch liquor shall not touch ours", stating that they will have no interest in anybody who drinks.

Henri Pieck

These Dutch Safety Posters Are Beautiful—But Utterly Disturbing

Montavon : "poudre contre l'ivresse ciblant les épouses exaspérées par l'abus de boisson de leur mari"

Absinthe Poster showing an old cardboard advertising sign for 'La Poudre Montavon', an anti-drunkenness powder marketed to wives distressed about their husband's drinking; original poster size 38 x

Absinthe posters – Absinthe Originals

Absinthe Posters – Le Musée Virtuel de l’Absinthe." poster by artist and missionary Frédéric Christol in

Non ! Je conduis ! 1961 - (Durupt) -

Non ! Je conduis ! 1961 - (Durupt) -

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