Campari Soda Print
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- A vintage poster from 1950 designed by Italian designer Giovanni Mingozzi for CAMPARI SODA.
First produced in 1932, CAMPARI was the world’s first pre-mixed alcoholic drink. The single serving bottle was distinctive by its ‘upside-down’ goblet shape designed by the Italian Futurist Fortunado Depero. Image restored by La Brocante.
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20+ years' experience:
Our images are professionally scanned and retouched from original sources in our collection of vintage journals, magazines, posters, newspapers and other ephemera from the 1850s to the 1970s.
Our production and design staff are experts in image restoration and have many years' experience in the design and print industry.
230gsm archival-pH neutral matte paper, perfect for prints of all sizes and easily framed.
Professionally framed prints ready to hang with a choice of flat black, white or natural oak frames 30mm in width. We use Shinkolite 3mm cast acrylic in our frames - it is lightweight, virtually unbreakable, has greater optical clarity than glass and provides your print with long term protection from harmful UV rays greatly reducing the risk of fading.
Our canvas is 400gsm artist quality, real polyester/cotton canvas with a 2:1 weave structure for highest print quality results. The water-resistant coating allows a wide colour gamut and extremely high colour densities. The canvas can be framed or stretched by your local framer.
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Unframed prints and unstretched canvas artworks are rolled and shipped in sturdy, sealed cardboard tubes.
Framed prints are professionally packed in custom-made packaging.
Standard delivery for unframed prints and unstretched canvas artwork is usually 5-7 business days. For framed prints please allow approx 2 weeks plus delivery time.