Take Part in the Tel Aviv-Jaffa Loan of 1952, Assist the Construction of Buildings for Kindergartens and Schools. István Irsai, Pesach Ir-Shay.
Modernist Poster Designed by Irsai

Take Part in the Tel Aviv-Jaffa Loan of 1952, Assist the Construction of Buildings for Kindergartens and Schools.

[Tel-Aviv]: [Tel Aviv Municipality], [1952]. Original, vintage poster. Text in Hebrew. Color lithograph printed by A Kofman and Co. 625 × 468 mm. Artistically restored. Barely noticeable traces of folding. In fine condition.

Original, vintage advertising poster of the Tel Aviv Municipality, designed by Pesach Irsai.

István Irsai (Pesach Ir-Shay or Pesach Irsai; 1896–1968) was a Hungarian-born modernist graphic artist, architect and designer. He made aliyah in 1944 and became famous in Israel for his modernist-constructivist graphic designs and posters. Irsai also designed stage sets in theatres as well as Bauhaus style houses and is also known as the designer of the sans serif Hebrew typeface Haim named after Bialik.

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Price: €5,000.00