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Original Vintage Poster "The New York Times - It Goes to Your Head" by G. Solin

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SKU: 65472-4 OK --- SOLD!!!
Artist/Maker: G. Solin
Year: 1970's-80's
Medium/Material: Linen backed
Condition: Very Good. A (Determining Condition)
Height: 115cm  (45.28in.) Width: 151cm (59.45in.)

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Original Vintage Poster "The New York Times - It Goes to Your Head" by G. Solin

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A stunning and whimsical advertising poster for "The New York Times" newspaper titled "It Goes to Your Head", realized by G. Solin in the 1970's. Depicted here are two guys who row a boat. One is using the newspaper as a megaphone to speed up the other, and when he does that, the newspaper is projected on the head band of the guy who rows, demonstrating the slogan.

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Perry Description A stunning and whimsical advertising poster for "The New York Times" newspaper titled "It Goes to Your Head", realized by G. Solin in the 1970's. Depicted here are two guys who row a boat. One is using the newspaper as a megaphone to speed up the other, and when he does that, the newspaper is projected on the head band of the guy who rows, demonstrating the slogan.
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