Most popular Poster art books
The most popular Poster art books currently available. Updated weekly.
This large-format book of Soviet propaganda posters allows the reader to remove individual posters and is at once a revealing historical document and a sublime example of graphic art at its best.
The official guide to the unrealised films of Ray Harryhausen.
This large-format poster book lets you decorate your walls with images from Katie Scott's Botanicum. Featuring plantlife of all kinds, from right around the world, it's a stunning celebration of all things botanical.
Give your home an instant makeover with Snoopy, Charlie Brown, and friends.
The daughter of the only official British War Poster Artist of the Second World War explores his incredible legacy, with a fascinating variety of wartime posters and previously unseen material. An essential look at Abram Games, one of the most important graphic designers of the twentieth century.
Roy Lichtenstein's masterful Pop Art posters from 1962 to 1997 are showcased in this collection of 68 full-colour reproductions.
Drew Struzan has created some of the most iconic movie posters, from "Raiders of the Lost Ark" to "Star Wars: Episode III". This title features over 250 pieces of art, including Drew's most iconic movie images, as well as other career highlights, from album and book covers, to original works.
This book chronicles the influence of the art poster in France and its rapid spread across Europe and United States and offers to the readers an artist's poster tour of the development of the art poster.
This thrilling book of detachable vintage cycling posters captures the sport's style and speed throughout the years.
The medium of the poster, by definition, combines images and text on a static, two-dimensional surface. But designers have always toyed with adding a third dimension, whether spatial or temporal, in order to capture and fool the eye. Stop Motion examines the myriad creative approaches poster designers have devised to suggest movement, spatial recession, dynamics, and rhythm.
Peter Darman presents a study of the war poster as a propaganda phenomenon between 1939 and 1945. The book contains 200 posters, which are accompanied by detailed captions.
Now available as a paperback edition, this collection of sixty-eight full-color reproductions focuses solely on Roy Lichtenstein's masterful Pop Art posters dating from 1960 to 1997.
Features an introduction to the Art Nouveau movement and its posters, and 100 key works. Beautifully reproduced full-page artworks in an appealing hardback giftbook.
Bursting with color and featuring Keith Haring's powerful messages, this comprehensive collection of his posters includes insightful commentary and dazzling reproductions.
Over the years, Mondo has received global recognition for its incredible art posters that bring to life classic films, TV shows, and comics in a refreshing and utterly striking new way, offering a unique perspective on everything from Star Wars to Robocop, Back to the Future, Jurassic Park, Game of Thrones, Godzilla, Kill Bill, and many, many more.
Drew Struzan has created some of the most iconic movie poster images, from "Raiders of the Lost Ark" to "Star Wars: Episode III". This book cover his movie work. Featuring over 300 pieces of artwork, including poster art for "Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets" and "Hellboy II", it is suitable for movie buffs and artists alike.
The author's movie poster art is among the most iconic of the last 40 years, from Disney films such as Beauty and the Beast and Pinocchio, to Empire of the Sun, Gremlins, Blazing Saddles, Predator, and Star Wars 30th anniversary posters. This book collects some of his finest work, and also includes comprehensives and in progress sketches.
Just in time for the 2016 centennial anniversary of the National Parks Service, the Creative Action Network has partnered with the National Parks Conservation Association to revive and reimagine the historical legacy of WPA travel posters
A collection of 20 iconic film posters by one of the greatest American designers of the 20th century, that is suitable for graphic designers and film fans. Each poster is removable and designed to fit the standard frame size 12 x 16 inches.
Hammer Films were almost as well known for the way in which they sold their films, as for the films themselves. The Art of Hammer is the first ever collection of the company's iconic movie posters, and is a celebration of movie art at its best.
"Story and text by Nigel Suckling; book concept and design by Michael Fishel"--Title page verso.
This wall calendar gathers 12 World War II posters from the IWM collections. Designed to rally women to aid on the home front, these iconic posters now serve as a potent reminder of the undeniable work women contributed to the war effort. Informative text accompanies each work and the datepad features previous and next month's views.
Celebrates a century of outstanding graphic design commissioned by the Underground, London Transport, and its successor, Transport for London. This book explores the organisation's pioneering role as Britain's greatest patron of poster art.
The iconic image of Lord Kitchener with pointing finger is a design classic. In the run-up to the World War anniversary, Your Country Needs YOU celebrates the magnificent propaganda posters of the time. Drawing on fresh analysis of the archives, this book reveals a surprising new history of these hugely popular and enduring images.
Whether it's messing about in boats on the Norfolk Broads, water-skiing at Felixtowe, reclining at the water's edge on a Welsh beach, or soaking up the culture of the Scottish capital, this set of posters evokes the golden era of British rail travel.
Features eight posters celebrating The Beano. Bursting with cartoon chaos, this collection includes the first Beano Book cover from 1940, the 50th Birthday edition, and front covers of the 1000th and 2000th issues. It also features the pranks of Dennis the Menace and Gnasher, the Bash Street Kids and more.
For more than 100 years, winter sports have been an integral part of the image of mountainous regions. Skiing in particular became the in activity for the rich and beautiful during the roaring twenties. This book documents the stylistic development while presenting in different chapters the most beautiful and exceptional posters of the era.
Beautifully illustrated, Posters provides a fresh history of the nineteenth- and twentieth-century poster as well as revealing insights into the designs and creative practices of our twenty-first-century world.
Peasant workers, production lines, and eager schoolchildren: this rare and fascinating publication brings together key artworks from Max Gottschalk's vast collection of Chinese propaganda posters. Produced between the birth of the People's Republic in 1949 and the early 1980s, these images are an astonishing document of the utopian dreams of...
This is the first truly global survey of the history and variety of communist poster art. Each chapter is written by an expert in the field, and examines a different region of the world: Russia, China, Mongolia, Eastern Europe, North Korea, Vietnam and Cuba.
A comprehensive collection of international art deco poster design.
Following on from Juan Ortiz's fabulous Original Series movie-poster collection, this latest treat for art-loving Trek fans features 178 posters that capture the essence of The Next Generation.