1960s Ib Antoni Advertisement for DFDS Seaways (Dining) - Original Vintage Poster

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Artist: Ib Antoni (signed in print)

Print: Offset lithography (print by Vang Rasmussen, Denmark)

Dimensions: 24.4 x 39.4 in (62 x 100 cm)

Condition: Very good condition - very light handling signs, light wear/tiny tears on the edges - please see pictures (all imperfections are on the outline so perhaps a frame will cover most of it).

Country: Denmark

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A very nice poster displaying a party on a boat with people eating and dancing seen through a porthole (with a propeller).

The poster was made as an advertisement for a the Danish shipping company, DFDS Seaways.

This particular advertisement was use to promote the mini cruise between Copenhagen and Oslo or Esbjerg - Harwich (closed 2014).

The poster artist, Ib Antoni (1929-1973), is a quite famous artist and received many prizes during his 20 year career. He created more than 300 posters in his career and among them is several Tivoli Garden, Visit Denmark and Wonderful Copenhagen posters. This poster was one of his last posters ever made.

Happy people was among Antoni's favorite subjects and his line was always happy and romantic which makes this poster quite true to his cheerful style.

Overall this is a great vintage poster featuring good vibrations along a creative artwork by one of Denmark's most beloved artists.

Thanks a lot for watching and please let me know if you have any questions.

REF: L2210

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1960s Ib Antoni Advertisement for DFDS Seaways (Dining) - Original Vintage Poster

1960s Ib Antoni Advertisement for DFDS Seaways (Dining) - Original Vintage Poster

Artist: Ib Antoni (signed in print)

Print: Offset lithography (print by Vang Rasmussen, Denmark)

Dimensions: 24.4 x 39.4 in (62 x 100 cm)

Condition: Very good condition - very light handling signs, light wear/tiny tears on the edges - please see pictures (all imperfections are on the outline so perhaps a frame will cover most of it).

Country: Denmark