Absinthe Ban in Switzerland Poster - Canvas Print
This very famous poster designed in 1910 by Gantner for the absinthe ban in Switzerland, shows a triumphant prohibitionist, dressed as a priest, trampling on the murdered Green Fairy, while in the background Helvetia mourns her lost liberties. The blue cross was at the time the symbol of the powerful temperance movement, a movement against alcohol consumption. For printing our posters, we have chosen a professional specialized in billboards and advertising mediums, so that we would obtain the best possible rendering. So the canvas used is a Jetex 300g (10.6oz) tissue, entirely ecological, and anti-curling (allowing the poster to retrieve its flatness once you get it out of the parcel). Opposite is a close-up picture showing the wonderful texture of the Jetex tissue.
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