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The reductive, flat-color poster design style that emerged in Germany early in the 20th century.

Plakastil

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(1883-1972) self taught artist, pivotal designer of German Plakastil posters. He established the approach to the poster using flat color shapes to illustrate the product, along with the product name hand-painted.

Lucian Bernhard

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American illustrator whose sketchy painting style was widely known, created 46 war posters, created the iconic "Uncle Sam" recruitment poster based on a model by Thomas Nast.

James Montgomery Flagg

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Was America's most popular illustrator between the World Wars, developed the handsome styling of the "Arrow Collar man".

J.C. Leyendecker

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Leading Plakastil designer; created advertising images and was ultimately recruited by Hitler and the 3rd Reich to design Nazi propoganda images.

Ludwig Hohlwein

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Popular geometric design style of the 1920-30's. Based on Cubism and design styles from ancient Egyptian, Aztec, and Assyria.

Art Deco

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French Art Deco poster designer; known for his bold, simple designs that emphasized two-dimensionality and are composed of broad, simplified planes of colors. He designed many popular travel posters.

A.M. Cassandre

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The most productive and prolific French designer of French advertising posters in the early 20th century. He used conceptual images and a painterly illustration style.

Paul Colin