Painting Dog - French Notebook

$7.00 USD
SKU: 16094J


24 pages, lined

Paint or draw alongside this talented dog! We discovered him on a 1926 poster by Ludwig Hohlwein advertising the International Exhibition of Humorous Art in London. With the humorous pup on the front, the back cover contains vintage-style information, including the multiplication table and various measurement tables. See our entire French Cahier Notebook Collection!

Ludwig Hohlwein (1874–1949) was a German poster artist who pioneered the Sachplakat (German for "poster style") style. Trained as an architect, he transitioned to poster design when he moved to Berlin in 1911. His distinctive style, characterized by high tonal contrasts and interlocking shapes, quickly gained recognition in German Gebrauchsgrafik schools. Throughout the 1910s and 1920s, his prolific output encompassed over 3000 advertisements, marked by sharply defined forms, vibrant colors, humor, and textured patterns. Despite his creative achievements, Hohlwein's involvement with the Nazi party during World War II tarnished his legacy. Collaborating closely with Joseph Goebbels and The Ministry of Propaganda and Enlightenment, he produced posters for the regime, embodying National Socialist realism.

This product was custom designed and created at our location in Seattle.

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Product Specs

5.5" X 7.25", 24 Pages, Paperbound, Lined Pages


Ludwig Hohlwein