Advertising Posters of the Teens-1920s
I recently bought a collection of images of Chinese and Japanese vintage advertising, which I have always loved. It's so nice that I have this way to share these wonderful art pieces with you via the collections on these pages.
This is one page of lovely Japanese ladies, in a style pre-1930s. They are pretty, but more staid and reserved. It's hard to say what they are advertising, but two of them seem to be about sea travel by cruise ships, and one may be about wine and/or food. The lady in stripes is more enigmatic; she could be selling anything. If you read Japanese you can figure out the answers to my speculations.
Formatted to cut and use for making greeting cards, thank-you's, and invitations, as well as for your other creative paper crafting uses.
All archival: laser printed on satin-smooth 80# cardstock and presented in a crystal clear seal-top bag.
Your print will not have the watermarks, of course.