For most of the 20th Century, the poster held a symbolic space in the minds of the masses; it was an advertisement not just for events and products, but also a venue of cultural expression. Bulgarian poster-making, particularly between WWII and the late ‘80s, exemplifies this fusion of social politics, culture, and design. This spiral design articulates the complexity and daunting scope of urban planning issues as likely discussed at the World Conference of Planning and Development of the Modern City, held in Sofia in 1978.
This vintage product is in fair “as-found” condition. Due to the found nature of this poster it may display creasing, surface wear and small tears; see photo for condition.