1948. Letterpress newspaper headline poster, 66 x 46.9cm. Missing portions, soiling, foxing, repaired creases, old folds. Linen-backed. Text includes “The Advertiser, Adelaide. Friday, June 4, 1948.”.
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1967. Pair of screenprints by architect John Kinstler and interior designer Karen Herrie: (a) Bring Back Utzon, 1967. Colour screenprint, 51.3 x 50.9cm. Paper remnants to image, minor crinkles, foxing. Text includes “Appeal to the Australian Government by the world’s most famous architects. The world is deeply concerned that Joern...
c1970s. Colour screenprint, 62 x 38cm. Linen-backed. Text includes “Meanwhile on the outskirts of central city…It’s a bird...a plane. No! It’s a multi-million dollar high rise development…Behold, the conspiracy!”.
1970. Process screenprint poster, partially obscured artist’s name [Mike Wardroo?] in image lower left, 74.6 x 99.3cm. Slight foxing, repaired pinholes, old folds. Linen-backed. Text continues “Fri., May 8, 1970. 100,000 Vietnam demonstrators sit down in Bourke Street, Melb. Photo by Sunday Observer.”.
c1970. Colour lithograph poster, 56.9 x 44.3cm. Slight surface loss, old glue stain to right side of image. Linen-backed. Text includes “Moratorium June 30. Authorised by K.J. McLeod, Convenor, NSW Vietnam Moratorium campaign, 2nd floor, 587 George St, Sydney, 2000. Printed by Comment Publishing Co., 22 Steam Mill St, Sydney.”...
c1970. Process lithograph poster, 48.1 x 34.3cm. Slight foxing, pinholes and tear to lower left margin. Text continues “June 30. Assemble 1.30, Treasury Gardens [Melbourne].”.
c1970. Colour lithograph poster, 55.8 x 43.4cm. Ink stain to upper right corner, minor surface loss, pinholes, tears, old folds. Text continues “Moratorium, June 30th. Authorised by K.J. McLeod, Convenor, NSW Vietnam Moratorium Campaign, 2nd floor, 587 George St, Sydney, 2000. Printed by Comment Publishing Co., 22 Steam Mill Street, Sydney 2000.”.
c1970. Screenprint poster, 45.5 x 43.3cm. Creases, tears and missing portions, old tape remnants to corners. Text continues “April 30. Ph. 345734.”.
c1970s. Colour process lithograph poster, 70.2 x 46cm. Repaired tears, slight stains, foxing, surface loss. Linen-backed. The Division of Bennelong was represented from 1974 to 2007 by John Howard, 25th Prime Minister of Australia from 1996 to 2007. Ref: Wiki.
c1970s. Screenprint poster, 51.2 x 38.6cm. Slight discolouration to top edge, minor surface loss to lower left corner, creases, crinkles, pinholes. Text continues “Sept. 18, 19, 20.”.
c1970s. Colour lithograph poster, 44.9 x 31.6cm. Slight water damage to lower left corner, minor foxing, creases. Text continues “A Communist Party of Australia Poster.”.
c1970s. Process lithograph poster, 48.3 x 34.1cm. Old tape and tear to upper right corner, stains, light foxing, creases and tears to edges. Text continues “The Government was forced to introduce conscription for Vietnam, as few would volunteer for such a war to preserve American domination over the region…Conscription is.....
1970. Linocut with letterpress, editioned 705/1000 in ink below image, 63.4 x 50.9cm. Old folds, slight stains. Linen-backed. Text includes “for the Vietnam Moratorium, 8-9-10 May, 1970. Linocut: Noel Counihan. May, 1970. The sixth of a series of broadsheets on contemporary issues. Each is a limited edition, printed from the...
c1970s. Collage, 59.5 x 42cm. Glue stains, slight foxing. This is the original poster artwork.
c1970s. Ink and wash, publishing annotations above image and signed in ink lower right, 40 x 32.3cm. Slight stains to image upper right and edges, minor crinkles, pinholes. Original artwork includes captions “[Malcolm Fraser] ‘Life wasn’t meant to be you know what’ and [Doug Anthony] ‘Yourallalot of loafing parasites’.” Annotations.....
c1966-1971. Line block with letterpress poster, 48.4 x 33.9cm. Minor repaired missing portion to image upper left. Linen-backed. Text continues “July 19-20, Monash Uni. Underground Resistance Centre & Work-in. July 21 marches rally 2pm at Melbourne Uni & the shrine. Further information – phone 6633677.” Held in NLA.
c1971. Lithograph poster, 48.2 x 34.2cm. Tears to edges, slight creases, old stains. Text continues “Moratorium April 21st. Rally: Concrete lawns, 3.00pm. March to Treasury Gardens, 3.30pm. RAM [Radical Action Movement].”.
c1971. Process lithograph poster, 41.8 x 29.1cm. Paper loss, creases, pinholes, slight discolouration. Text continues “Council ridicules students request for change. Council refuses to work in community’s interests. Last year students forced council to concede. Don’t let council continue to make fools of us. Action meeting! Concrete lawns, Thursday, May.....
c1971. Lithograph poster, 48.1 x 34.1cm. Tear to upper portion, pinholes, foxing, old folds. Text continues “Rally: North Court, today, 1pm. Oppose discipline and exclusions! RAM [Radical Action Movement].”.
c1971. Lithograph poster, 48.1 x 34.1cm. Old tape stain, soiling, ink transfer, minor chips to edges, old folds. Text continues “Demonstrate Friday. March leaves Melb. Uni 4pm. Rally City Square 5pm. ”.
c1971. Process lithograph poster, 48.2 x 34.2cm. Slight foxing, creases, pinholes, old folds. Text continues “They can not be trusted, keep them out of Carlton. Hon. E.R. Meagher, MLA Minister of Housing; Mr J.P. Gaskin, Chairman of the Housing Commission; Mr Harry Parsons, Deputy Director for Urban Renewal; Mr Brian.....
c1971. Process lithograph poster, 48 x 34.4cm. Linen-backed. Text continues “Wed. July 14th, 10am. Assemble City Court (cnr Russell & Latrobe Sts [Melbourne]). March to Parliament House. Authorised by the Radical Action Movement [RAM].”.
c1971. Colour lithograph poster, 42.4 x 27.2cm. Creases, minor foxing, surface loss. Text continues “Vietnam moratorium, Sept. 18th, 19th, 20th. March from Treasury Gardens, 2pm Friday 18th. Authorised by F. Lack for the Trade Union Anti-Conscription Committee.” Held in NLA.
c1972. Colour process lithograph, 66.8 x 45.5cm. Repaired pinholes, tears, creases, cracking. Linen-backed. Text continues “to help fight inflation vote ‘Yes.’ Authorised by G.D. Cahill, 377 Sussex Street, Sydney. Printed by Endeavour Lithographics Pty Ltd.”.
1972. Process screen and letterpress poster, 48 x 34.3cm. Linen-backed. Text continues “Deputy Com. Davies: ‘The students resisted with horrible violence.’ Senator Greenwood: ‘A discreet and restrained attempt to affect arrests’.” Held in University of Melb.