Gerahmter Fine-Art-Print in Galeriequalität im Alurahmen. Erhältlich in Kupfer, Silber und Gold, mit oder ohne Passepartout. Jeder Rahmen verfügt über Aufhänger. UV-festes Premium-Papier mit einer Grammatur von 265 g/m². Verschiedene Größen erhältlich. Goldrahmen und Silberahmen: Glänzende Oberfläche. Kupferrahmen: Matte Oberfläche. 12-Farben-Digitaldruck.
Gerahmter Fine Art-Print in Galeriequalität. Der Rahmen ist aus Echtholz gefertigt, die Scheibe aus bruchsicherem Plexiglas. Inklusive Haken zum Aufhängen. Beachte: Die hier in der Größenauswahl angegebenen Maße beziehen sich auf die Größe des Motivs. Das fertig gerahmte Wandbild ist also dementsprechend größer. Genaue Maße findest du in der Größentabelle für Kunst.
Chichen Itza, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the Seven Wonders of The World are famed the world over. Its iconic pyramid-shaped temple is the poster-child for Mayan civilization, explaining why Chichen Itza is on most travelers' bucket-lists…I know it was on mine! You do not need to go on a Chichen Itza private tour to have your own quiet time here, in fact, this would not help at all as they generally arrive too late in the day. The only way to see Chichen Itza without the crowds is to go there by yourself, either with a car or staying in a nearby town.After you book the tour, we will email you the link to download the app and the password to download the tour.You can use the app to take the tour.Please download the app and the tour when you have a good internet connection.
Diese Sammlung, die auf einem Russischen Filmarchiv basiert, beschreibt die Geschichte des Russischen Stummfilmposters einleitend mit einem Poster von Paul Assaturov »Stenka Rasin«, 1908) im Stil der naiven Russischen Bildsprache bis hin zu Plakaten von Rodtschenko und Malewitsch. Die 161 ganzseitig reproduzierten Russischen Filmposter werden chronologisch dargestellt. / This volume, based on rarely seen Russian archives, traces the history of the silent film poster in Russia, starting with a poster designed by Paul Assaturov ('Stenka Razin', 1908) in the style of ancient naive Russian imagery to the latest advertise- ment for a silent movie by Yuri Pimenov from 1934. Full-page reproductions of 161 Russian silent film posters are presented here in chronological order- from the very beginning of the 20th century until the 1930s. These film posters are unique in their approach to representing films, creating new and original images- more evocative than descriptive. The movie is depicted through the use of expressive typography, geometric forms, minimalist illustrations and their distinctive technique of recreating photographs by hand. Works by famous artists of the time such as Alexander Rodchenko, the Stenberg Brothers, Yakov Ruklevsky, Nikolai Prusakov, Alexander Naumov and others are featured. After the Russian revolution in 1917 and the establishment of the Soviet Union in 1922, cinema played an important role in the dissemination of propaganda for the new regime. A large number of Russian movies were produced during the 1920s and early 1930s, and there was also an increase in films imported from other countries. Advertising posters played a major role to attract large audiences. The book reveals the strong influence of modernist art movements such as constructivism and Dadaism on these art works.
Cancelled trip? Get a light taste of what it would have been like and enjoy our city directly from your sofa! Prepare a glass of your favourite drink and get ready for a virtual toast: you will meet other attendees, discover tips and tricks and unexpected glimpses of the city thanks to our passionate licensed tour guide, 100% Milanese and cool.Milan was the birthplace of Fascism, founded here by Mussolini in 1919. That’s why the Fascist Regime decided to make the city a poster of its new architectural style, heavily influenced by modernism. Our virtual tour will start at the monumental Central Railway Station and will go on exploring the most iconic fascist buildings in Milan, ending with the imposing Financial District and the controversial “finger” of Cattelan, a contemporary reflection on the meaning of dictatorships.After this we are sure you can't wait to come and see Milan for real!For every tour you book with us we will donate 1 Euro to support the Italian Cultural Heritage.
When DAWN OF THE DEAD was released in Italy as ZOMBI the late great Lucio Fulci took it upon himself to make his own sequel, ZOMBI 2 - also known as ZOMBIE FLESH-EATERS. Thus, proving that copyright was a grey area back in the 1980s, director Ciro Ippolito decided that there was nothing to stop him making a follow-up to Ridley Scott's sci-fi suspenser ALIEN - resulting in the birth of ALIEN 2: ON EARTH. This Italian offering came six years before ALIENS and, with a bevy of low budget charm and the occasional spilled brain, spins out a story of an extraterrestrial terror landing in the here and now and stalking its prey in contemporary California.Putting themselves up against this otherworldly entity are a small group of explorers - and seasoned fans of Italian shock will doubtlessly notice the great Michele Soavi (A BLADE IN THE DARK/ PHENOMENA) among the cast! Arguably more exciting than ALIEN 3, decades later and ALIEN 2: ON EARTH might well be the film that David Fincher wishes he had made. See it now and decide and for yourselves - thanks to this amazing HD restoration from 88 Films. SPECIAL FEATURES 2K Master Source Uncompressed LPCM English Soundtrack Franchised Terrorist: An Interview with Eli Roth Special Effect Test Footage Trailer Trailer Reel Reversible Sleeve with alternative art Includes a Collectible Original Poster Post Card