Fekon Press Synthetic poplin shirt ironed forever

Hungarian title:

Fékon Press szintetikus puplining - Örökre vasalva

Artist:

Unknown artist

Size:

A1 1 Sheet (cca. 59 x 84 cm)

Year:

around 1970

Condition:

Fine, fold marks, light wear.

Material:

Paper, offset lithography.

Price: US$600

Description:

The poster promotes shirts that are made of synthetic material and needed no ironing, hence the image of the locked iron on above the shirts. 

The composition is mainly monochrome, however the pink details and the indigo blue stripe in the middle add extra colours that determine the atmosphere of the image. 

FÉKONpress was a man shirt manufacturing company, the very first on the socialist Hungarian clothing market to pay attention to quality. This brand was the first to produce more elegant shirts when the market was flooded by flannels. The brand's emblem was the embroidered black tulip that also appears on this poster. 

 

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