Glaser places his haunting image over a quote celebrating the snow leopard's magnificent nature. Barely tamed by the art of the portrait, the vibrant colors evoke the cat's glowing eyes and fiery freedom.
This flock of eagles looks like a single bird, in stop-motion sequence, alighting to the air, inspired by the plane careening toward the edge of the frame. Much in keeping with the Italian political climate of the 1930s, this poster for the first Milanese air show is both stately and aggressive, with a palpable weight and mass to the objects shown. This is the smaller, French-text format version of the poster.
"PHENOMENON: Extraordinary and Alive. You have to see it to believe it! This young two-headed bull is the most curious living phenomenon throughout Europe. Capricious nature has placed its second head on its derrière." The circus menagerie has just gotten weirder. The second head is just about visible in the illustration, but the extra legs and udder emanating from the beast's spine are quite interesting indeed.