Original vintage poster Razzia - Japan
By Razzia, 1990
Original poster Razzia - Gerard Courbouleix, realized for the promotion of the destination of Japan.
We find the symbolic colors of the country of the rising sun.
Mount Fuji is the star of this poster, the "P" of Japan flows in the chimney of Mount Fuji as if it was erupting.
On the second part of the poster, we can see the Japanese flag, a red circle on a white background.
The poster is signed in the lower right corner by the artist's hand
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is surely the last of the poster-painters still active.
Born in Paris in 1950, he was originally a fashion photographer.
His portraits of the greatest rock icons such as the Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin and Pink Floyd have been seen around the world.
Major fashion brands and world-renowned artists recognize his extraordinary talent.
They have entrusted their image to him for more than fifty years.
Louis Vuitton, the famous nightclub the Palace, the Country Club of Monaco,
the Café de Flore, Harrods, theAmerica's Cup are the symbols of luxury that sublimate Razzia.
His Art Deco inspired posters are of an assumed contemporary classicism.
Happiness of colors, plastic power, taste of the typography, Razzia handles metaphor and graphic synthesis with subtlety and elegance.
His style, luminous with clean lines, gives his creations an obvious effectiveness when it comes to delivering an advertising message.