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Revolution poster

Collection by Mikhail Krupievsky

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[Mai 1968]. Vigilance! Indicateurs Revolution Poster, French Revolution, Casual Art, Wall Candy, Fight The Power, Protest Posters, Body Drawing, Art Music, Poster

[Mai 1968]. Vigilance! Indicateurs "civiques". Ecole Nle supérieure des Beaux-Arts, 17 quai Malaquais : [affiche] / [non identifié]

[Mai 1968]. Vigilance! Indicateurs "civiques". Ecole Nle supérieure des Beaux-Arts, 17 quai Malaquais : [affiche] / [non identifié] -- 1968 -- images

BnF - Esprit(s) de mai 68 [Universidade popular] Protest Art, Protest Posters, Political Posters, Political Art, Political Campaign, Cultura Pop, Marie Curie, Situationist International, Propaganda Art

'UNIVERSITE POPULAIRE', Screenprint, 1968. £1,250.00 - Mai 68 Poster Fine Art prints paintings drawings sculpture uk

Dealer in Fine Original Prints

Atelier populaire ex-Ecole des Beaux-Arts (main au pinceau): Que fais-tu contre la faim? Je lutte contre limpérialisme!! Affiche / non identifié, 1968. Protest Posters, Political Posters, Political Art, Sonia Delaunay, Revolution Poster, Arte Latina, Activist Art, General Strike, Posters

[Mai 1968]. Que fais-tu contre la faim? Je lutte contre l'impérialisme!! Atelier populaire ex-Ecole des Beaux-Arts (main au pinceau) : [affiche] / [non identifié]

[Mai 1968]. Que fais-tu contre la faim? Je lutte contre l'impérialisme!! Atelier populaire ex-Ecole des Beaux-Arts (main au pinceau) : [affiche] / [non identifié] -- 1968 -- images

Protest posters The Art of the Paris Riots Revolution Poster, French Revolution, Protest Posters, Political Posters, Situationist International, Ghost City, Paris Poster, Latin Quarter, Atelier D Art

The Art of the 1960s Paris Riots

Over half a century ago, change was brewing in Paris. Right outside my window in the Latin Quarter, from where I write this post to you, violent street battles were turning the city upside down and bringing the country to a standstill. They joke about how the French love to protest and go on strike