|Dimensions:||90 x 60.5 cm | 35.43 x 23.82 inches|
|Condition:||Very good/excellent | | A-/B+|
|Printed by:||AB Littorin Rydén Boktryckeri, Örebro|
This vintage poster is an original piece from the "Örebro läns utställning 1928," with a specific focus on promoting the exhibition dedicated to glassworks.
The artwork of the poster portrays a skilled glassblower hard at work, shaping molten glass, captured with striking black and red ink. Glassblowing is a craft that stands as a unique endeavor, demanding a combination of expertise, physical strength, and deep respect for the medium.
The Örebro Exhibition of 1928, alternatively known as the 1928 industrial exhibition and agricultural gathering in Örebro, was staged in the picturesque Västra Mark area. The event commenced on June 21 and concluded on July 29. Its primary purpose was twofold: to celebrate the 125th anniversary of the Örebro housekeeping society and concurrently honor the 80th anniversary of the Handicrafts Association. The exhibition was conceived as a platform to showcase the diverse offerings of the city and county, spanning industries, crafts, and agriculture.
This poster is in great condition, characterized by vibrant colors. It exhibits minor damage.