49 x 26 in (124 x 66 cm)
'Praters' were used for entertainment purposes in the midst of war in Germany, with this specific poster advertising an exhibition on substitutes Germans could make in their day-to-day lives. For example, one exhibit on 'Oils and Fats' showcased soup made from de-oiled germs, fats made from sheep's wool, and fat collecting devices. This poster is symbolic of how difficult life was for many during the first (and later, second) World War.
Artist: Alf. Offner
Printer: K and K Hofl, Wien
Condition: Visible creasing/folding .
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