Famous surrealist made his living by advertisement in his spare time. One day his friend Enric Bernat asked Dali to reflect on the design of the logo for lollipops. Dalí did not take long - he came up with it for an hour. He make friend pays through the nose, since then the lollipop logo has not changed.
Movie poster "Dr. Mabuse the Gambler", 1925 Dir. Fritz Lang.
Kazimir Malevich is not just a "black box." Artist gave himself away as the author of film posters and presentations design. Artist contributed to the promotion of new art to the masses: Malevich is an author of conceptual posters to the film by Fritz Lang, "Dr. Mabuse the gambler."
After all, is everyone familiar with logo of Spain? In general, it came up with outstanding surrealist painter Joan Miró in 1983. Logo was required by the Ministry of Tourism of Spain to improve the country's image. Miro created logo for free. He named it “El Sol de Miró” (“Sun Miro".) Informal name invented by envious is "Fried egg"/"Scrambled Miro."
The sign "Cold beer", approximately 1910.
Today Pirosmani paintings adorn the world's art galleries. But the emergence of Niko Pirosmani as an artist did not happen immediately. In a playful evidences of contemporaries, the artist's gallery considered train-station districts of Tiflis, most of the signs of which were produced in the workshop of Pirosmani.
Promotional poster for Divan Japonais Cabaret, 1892.
Pretty bold in terms of the composite poster for Divan Japonais cabaret written by Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec in 1892. The main character, a singer Yvette Guilbert, was placed by Toulouse-Lautrec in a corner and deprived of the head. In the foreground the artist has put forward as spectator dancer Jane Avril. The role of the veil on the poster is played by a critic and poet Edmond Dujardin.