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Saturday, 17 October 2015

Posters on the Wall

This piece was reposted as a New Month Old Post on 1st January 2021 

5 comments:

  1. Ah, I'm jealous beyond measure that you saw Monty Python in the flesh! That programme was a bargain at 10p.

    This reminded me of my student bedroom - it might have been 20 years later but things hadn't changed much, I had the Jimi Hendrix and the Salvador Dali posters just the same.

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    1. Sadly, I threw out the Guinness and Smirnoff posters only three or four years ago, never imagining they might be useful for such as here. I now can't find an image of the 'How to Make Guinness' advert anywhere. The moral: keep everything; don't declutter; throw nothing away. At least I kept the MPFC.

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    2. I probably went outside the time frame in the list of posters in the first paragraph, so some may not have been published until much later.
      Also,an extension to the moral: if you do have to throw anything away, digitise it first.

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  2. The changes that took place with the role of posters since 15th century have been carried on until today. Nowadays, posters are used in many ways.
    High Quality Print

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    1. Are they still used to make paper aeroplanes?

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