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Tomi Ungerer

Tomi Ungerer

  • TRUC is Stranger than Fiction
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    TRUC is Stranger than Fiction

    $300.00

    Year: 1968

    30 x 44 7/8 inches

    Teetering on the line between his adorable children’s book illustrations and some of his more titillating designs for humorous erotica, this poster by Tomi Ungerer promotes the now-closed Truc boutique in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Specializing in wildly-scented soaps and hippie-dippy aromatherapy products, it enjoyed thinking that its wares were beyond the imagination of the common man.

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  • The Electric Circus / The Ultimate Legal Entertainment Experience
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    Year: 1969

    Size: 22 x 28 inches

    This is one of the six posters Tomi Ungerer created to advertise The Electric Circus. Located in St. Marks Place, NYC, this legendary spot was known as "The ultimate legal entertainment experience." The quirky erotic yet humorous art was conceived by Tomi Ungerer, the creator of Schoolhouse Rock.

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  • The Electric Circus / The Ultimate Legal Entertainment Experience
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    Year: 1969

    Size: 22 x 28 inches

    This is one of the six posters Tomi Ungerer created to advertise The Electric Circus. Located in St. Marks Place, NYC, this legendary spot was known as "The ultimate legal entertainment experience." The quirky erotic yet humorous art was conceived by Tomi Ungerer, the creator of Schoolhouse Rock.

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  • Snow White’s Seven Dwarfs / Children’s Posters
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    Year: 1971

    Size: 25 x 38 inches

    This poster by Tomi Ungerer showcases a moment from the famous fairy tale Snow White & The Seven Dwarfs.

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  • Puss-n-Boots / Children’s Posters
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    Puss-n-Boots / Children’s Posters

    $50.00

    Year: 1971

    Size: 25 x 38 inches

    This is an ORIGINAL FIRST PRINTING of this poster by Tomi Ungerer (creator of Schoolhouse Rock) showcasing a moment from the famous fairy tale Puss N Boots.
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  • Three Little Pigs / Children’s Posters
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    Year: 1971

    Size: 25 x 38 inches

    This poster by Tomi Ungerer showcases a moment from the famous fairy tale The Three Little Pigs.

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  • The Electric Circus / The Ultimate Legal Entertainment Experience
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    Year: 1969

    Size: 22 x 28 inches

    This is one of the six posters Tomi Ungerer created to advertise The Electric Circus. Located in St. Marks Place, NYC, this legendary spot was known as "The ultimate legal entertainment experience." The quirky erotic yet humorous art was conceived by Tomi Ungerer, the creator of Schoolhouse Rock.

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  • The Electric Circus / The Ultimate Legal Entertainment Experience
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    Year: 1969

    Size: 22 x 28 inches

    This is one of the six posters Tomi Ungerer created to advertise The Electric Circus. Located in St. Marks Place, NYC, this legendary spot was known as "The ultimate legal entertainment experience." The quirky erotic yet humorous art was conceived by Tomi Ungerer, the creator of Schoolhouse Rock.

     

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  • Sleeping Beauty / Children’s Posters
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    Year: 1971

    Size: 25 x 38 inches

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  • Little Red Riding Hood / Children’s Posters
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    Year: 1971

    Size: 25 x 38 inches

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  • Help to Grow.
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    Help to Grow.

    $100.00

    Year: 1969.

    Size: 24 x 37 inches

    As part of its program to encourage young people to enter careers in the health and hospital field, the American Hospital Association sent health-careers kits to schools, hospitals, and health groups across the United States. In 1969, Tomi was commissioned to design the materials for this kit, which included posters, postcards, tray favors, and wall folders. The poster, which had a printing of over 100,000 copies, was to be hung on elementary school and library walls. 

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  • Hansel and Gretel / Children’s Posters
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    Year: 1971

    Size: 25 x 38 inches

    This is an ORIGINAL FIRST PRINTING of this poster by Tomi Ungerer (creator of Schoolhouse Rock) showcasing the famous fairy tale Hansel and Gretel. 

    This is the moment where the children first encounter the Witch's gingerbread house. 
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  • From Tomi Ungerer's Underground Sketchbook.
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    Year: 1965

    Size: 23 1/2 x 29 inches

    Tomi always carried a small sketchbook with him, and for the most part, was usually reluctant to show his sketches and "ideas" to anyone. But in 1964, after enough people had seen them to give them an "underground" reputation, Viking Press asked Tomi for the right to publish these. This poster was first distributed in bookstores to publicize the book and subsequently reproduced and distributed by Darien House. Though the book received mixed reviews, Newsweek proclaimed, "Ungerer's brilliantly imaginative horror-jokes do not electrify the funny bone so much as they thud into the solar plexus and stab the intellect... [though they] have the encouraging humanizing effect of all good satire."

     

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  • Evergreen - Join the Underground.
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    Evergreen - Join the Underground.

    $300.00

    Year: 1967.

    Size: 30 x 45 inches

    Grove Press publisher Barney Rosset began Evergreen Review in 1957 as a literary quarterly featuring the likes of Sartre, Camus and Beckett as well as American poets Lawrence Ferlinghetti and Jack Kerouac. By 1966, the publication had increased its frequency and become a voice of political iconoclasm, so graphic designer John Alcorn refreshed its look, dropping "review" from the title in the process. Heralding the redesign was a new advertising campaign : "Join The Underground." Here, a poster for the February 1967 number utilizes cover artwork by noted illustrator and satirist Tomi Ungerer: a coolie-hatted image of Uncle Sam, sunk in the quagmire of Vietnam and displeased with the face he presents to the mirror.

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  • Cinderella / Children’s Posters
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    Cinderella / Children’s Posters

    $50.00

    Year: 1971

    Size: 25 x 38 inches

    This poster by Tomi Ungerer (creator of Schoolhouse Rock) showcasing the famous fairy tale Cinderella. This is the moment where the Fairy Godmother is about to turn the mice in to footmen and the pumpkin into a coach.

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