FLORIDA Original 1960 DAVID KLEIN FLY TWA # 1055 Travel Poster 25x40 NICE - NOS For Sale

FLORIDA Original 1960 DAVID KLEIN FLY TWA # 1055 Travel Poster 25x40 NICE - NOS
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FLORIDA Original 1960 DAVID KLEIN FLY TWA # 1055 Travel Poster 25x40 NICE - NOS:

FLORIDA Original 1960 DAVID KLEIN FLY TWA # 1055 Travel Poster 25x40\"
New Old Stock NOS
This is an Original Vintage TWA Travel Poster. It is not a reproduction. The poster is in excellent condition with bright, vivid colors with no tears or creases. Please take a good look at the photos. This is a classic David Klein Poster that is rarely seen on . The poster will be securely shipped.
Signed \"DAVID\" with \"LITHO IN U.S.A-1055\" printed on the bottom left. This is an early version of the TWA Florida poster design before the \"FLORIDA\" or \"MIAMI\" text was added in subsequent printings.
Condition:Exceptional - Superb - Near Mint Gem - only a trace of toning on the far edge, no damage, no corner pin holes, almost no edge wear, no creases, no stains, no odor, no faults on printed side. Back has some light scuffs and smudges.
The paper is dry and fragile, tearing very easily. Utmost care will be taken to deliver it to you safely without damage. Be sure to handle it with GREAT CARE upon its arrival. Back has some light scuffs and smudges.
Secure Packaging: This Poster will arrive in a poly sleeve, rolled and inserted into a 3\" diameter durable cardboard tube with end caps, which will inserted into a triangle box.
About This Design:What would a trip to the Sunshine State be without a pair of sunglasses? This classic midcentury poster image captures the warm weather and seaside delights of Florida. It is likely that it is Miami depicted in this poster.
Designer Bio:David Klein (February 23, 1918 – December 9, 2005) was an American artist, best known for his influential work in advertising. Although he produced illustrations for Broadway theatrical productions, Hollywood films, the United States Army, and numerous corporate clients, Klein is best remembered for the iconic travel images he created for Trans World Airlines (TWA) during the 1950s and 1960s.
These posters were located everywhere - in airports, railway stations, travel agencies, airline ticket offices, hotels, and on advertising kiosks in cities across the globe. Klein’s award-winning abstract drawings for TWA came to represent the jet age. Klein won many awards for his TWA work. Typical of TWA posters, text content was kept to a minimum and an airplane is shown flying.
Working as a graphic designer in New York City during the Golden Age of American advertising, Klein was in high demand. His style incorporated the abstract elements of the contemporary fine art world, while never losing sight of the importance of clarity of the message he needed to relate. This combination led to a unique style that can only be attributed to Klein, but to many represents the entire Jet Set era of graphic design in America.
Provenance:TWA Travel Agency posters were printed in the 1960s by Silk Screen Products Co., Inc., 18 Hanley Industrial Ct., St. Louis 17, Missouri for D\'Arcy Masius Benton & Bowles (DMB&B) Advertising Agency which managed the TWA advertising relationship. One print proof sample of each poster was delivered to the TWA Account Exective, Karl H. Lemp.
Following his service in WWI, Karl Lemp joined D’arcy (DMB&B) Advertising Agency where he worked for 45-years rising to the position of Vice-President in charge of Print Production. Karl managed several leading D’Arcy clients including Anheuser-Busch, Coca-Cola, TWA and others for many years. He retired in the late 1990s and passed away in 2018. This poster originates from the estate of his son, Karl H. Lemp, Jr.

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