Original Vintage Swiss Poster Advertising the Newspaper Tribune of Lausanne



Item Overview

SKU: 61527
Artist/Maker: Herbert Leupin
Year: 1955
Medium/Material: Linen Backed
Condition: Very good (A-) Folds (Determining Condition)
Height: 127cm  (50in.) Width: 87cm (34.25in.)

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Probably one of Leupin’s graphically most beautiful posters was this 1955 advertisement for the Tribune de Lausanne, a Swiss morning paper. This favorite poster shows the silhouette of a coffee pot where the reader is invited to enjoy his morning paper “chaque matin” (every day). Herbert Leupin (1916-1999) was a Swiss graphic designer known primarily for his poster art. Leupin is remembered as the creator of the ubiquitous Milka cow image, who made his name in the 1940s through his use of the magic realism style of images for advertising consumer goods.

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