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Classic Posters: Collecting, Archiving, and More

Classic Posters: Collecting, Archiving, and More

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Published by Michael Erlewine
Classic Posters: Collecting, Archiving, and More

By Michael Erlewine

Pages 174, Illustrated

A collection of 43 articles on posters by Michael Erlewine on their collection, value, history, archiving, storing, and you-name-it. Also some poster artists bios, terminology, artistic critiques - a veritable smorgasbord of information about valuable concert music posters. Open the PDF and read the table of contents.
Classic Posters: Collecting, Archiving, and More

By Michael Erlewine

Pages 174, Illustrated

A collection of 43 articles on posters by Michael Erlewine on their collection, value, history, archiving, storing, and you-name-it. Also some poster artists bios, terminology, artistic critiques - a veritable smorgasbord of information about valuable concert music posters. Open the PDF and read the table of contents.

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Categories:Types, Graphic Art
Published by: Michael Erlewine on Jan 24, 2011
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A very common way to store posters is
in one sort or another of plastic
polyethylene storage bag. These come
in all sizes and weights, but most are
not archivelly safe. Frequently these
bags are used only for temporary
storage and shipping posters.

Classic Posters: Collecting and Archiving and More

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Polyethylene bags are commonly used
for shipping posters. The poster is put in
the plastic bag, the bag is folded to fit
the posters, and then taped to a
cardboard blank. Polyethylene bags,
once taped, are dangerous in that it is
easy, when opening the poster bag, to
lose sight of the transparent tape tabs,
which can catch and tear a poster very
quickly. Beware.

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