In 1933, Bernard Villemot made his very first poster for the film "Dans les rues" by Victor Trivias.
It was not until the post-war years that his career took off. He multiplied the contracts with prestigious advertisers such as Vespa, Bally, Air France, Orangina ...
It was around the 1950s that Villemot created this modern poster for André Huet and his 3+3+3 sheets.
As you can see on this poster, the main characteristic of Villemot's style is a drawing with clean lines, which favors an immediate reading.
The use of warm colors gives a positive image of the company that commissions the poster.
An impeccably thought-out, strong, effective creation that rarely leaves anyone indifferent.
Advertising - Fabric - Fashion
production André Huet
A. Cabuil, Paris
Good condition, folds
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