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Original Vintage Philips Stereosonic Bass and Trumpet Poster by Eric 1965

Philips Stereophonic - Trumpet and Bass

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61.5" x 44" - 156cm x 112cm

Jazz was the hottest ticket in town in 1960s France, so it's no surprise that the genre's main instruments of an upright bass and trumpet are on display in this bold poster for Philips Stereosonic record players. A rainbow gradient straddles the two instruments, with the portrait of a man deep in thought in the center. Is he deeply listening to the music, a conductor, or perhaps a composer? Either way, it is clear that a Philips record player is perfect for serious music lovers.

The 1960's saw a tremendous growth in the development of consumer electronics throughout Europe. The Philips Company was one of the largest of the manufacturers of radios, record players, and televisions as well as other household appliances. This poster was created for the French market by the artist Eric

Raoul Eric Castel (1915 -1997) commonly known as Eric, is a French poster artist with the largest known number of Vichy travel commissions. Throughout his life, Eric completed work for numerous travel and product companies such as Air France and Philips.

This is an Original Vintage Poster; it is not a reproduction. This poster is linen backed, and in very good condition. There are scattered surface scuffs across the image. We guarantee the authenticity of all of our posters.

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