Philips "c'est plus sû" Original Art

France c. 1965
Raoul Eric Castel
46 x 63 in (117 x 160 cm)
ID #FRLB609

This lovely vintage poster advertises Philips electronics, showing a ghost-like bandit surrounded by the various technology -- from televisions to record players, Philips has got it all!

Philips slogan is "c'est plus sûr" meaning "it's safer" but this poster is missing an r. 

Deep royal blues pair well with the bold yellow writing. This is a distinctly 1960's poster. 

This working drawing of the poster for Philips shows the record player is cut out and glued into place; creases over painting; figures elbow is pasted over television. This piece has been linen backed. 

Artist: Raoul Eric Castel

2500-5000 46x63 electronics Eric France french FRLB609 home appliances Original c.1965 product advertisement radio size-46x63 television

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