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Poster revival: Hand-screened works as budget art

August 6, 2011 |  6:00 am

Dan Stiles Jason Munn Sunset Pacific

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The art of the poster is alive and well, reinvigorated partly by concert ad designers who are creating other kinds of work on the side. 

David A. Keeps reports that whether your tastes run toward punchy graphics, local landmarks or surrealistic bits of amusement, posters are one way to pick up limited edition, handmade work at low prices.

Article: A poster revival

Photos: Posters for every style

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Credits, clockwise from top left: "Me Without You" design by Dan Stiles; a graphic note from artist Jason Munn; and a motel image from the Poster List artist in Long Beach who simply goes by the name Adam. 

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