7.04.2012

                   
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30 of the Hippest Vintage Fireworks Posters, Packaging and Labels for The Fourth of July.



above: a vintage Litho from the Colorcraft Poster Co. in Oklahoma City

I scoured the web, online fireworks museums, vintage poster shops and more to find 30 of the most beautifully designed graphic and illustrated fireworks labels, posters and packaging from the 20th century to share with you.

You'll notice that the colors, typography and composition has made a comeback in much of today's design. I hope the following finds brighten up your Fourth of July!

Labels and Posters from James Pain and Sons, Ltd. (England):












Posters from Standard (England):


 





Brochure cover and packaging from Brock's (England):




Labels from Macau and China:





And lastly, some Vintage Travel Posters that feature fireworks:




The images in this post come from the following sources:
http://fireworkslistings.ca/links.html
http://www.toyzine.com/magazine/articles/fireworks.htm
http://www.cyber-heritage.co.uk/eclipse/oldie.htm
http://www.crackerpacks.com/
http://www.fireworkmuseum.co.uk/
http://www.samuelowengallery.com



Don't miss these awesome artful interpretations of the American Flag!


Happy Fourth of July.

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