|Dimensions||100 × 70 cm|
Orangina Espumoso De Jugo De Naranja [blue] [orange] [summer]1970s, Artist, Blue, Decade, Food & Beverages, Normal, Orange, Poster Colours, Poster Size, Villemot, B
Genre: Food & Beverages
Title: Orangina Sparkling Orange Juice
Artist: after B.Villemot (1911~1989)
Size (cm): 70 x 100
Country of origin: Spain
One of the most popular soft drink brands, Orangina can trace its origins to Valencia, Spain. Developed by chemist Dr Trigo, and presented at the 1935 Marseille trade fair where the recipe was sold to a French businessman, Orangina has rarely looked back.
The brand is closely associated with acclaimed poster designer, Bernard Villemot who designed the first posters, released in 1953. This poster, with orange peel mimicking the shape of an umbrella above a refreshing glass of sparkling Orangina, is based on that famous 1953 design. Produced in the early 1970’s the poster points to the brands heritage: it’s Spanish origins and the old-style bottle design, replaced in 1951 by the distinctive round bottle still used today. It is an excellent example of work for this famous brand.
This is a poster from the archive collection. It’s in very good condition; some small creases along the edges are visible but not intrusive. The poster is complete & free from loss or tears. Importantly, it carries the official embossed seal of the Trigo archive.
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