Marc H. Choko

From the 1930s to the Present
Masters of Serigraphy Posters is the first art publication dedicated to the recognition of the great artists and printers who devoted their talent to poster screen printing. This tribute tells the story of serigraphy from the 1930s to the present, and of more than seventy of the best designers and their printing companies around the world. Wether artisanal or produced on the most sophisticated presses, serigraphy offers prints of unequalled quality. To make this point, included in this publication are forty poster reproductions screen-printed by Lézard graphique after the originals.

Author: Marc H. Choko
286 pages, 228 posters, out of which 40 screen-printed
by Lézard graphique
Design: Stéphane Huot
Format: 12.5” x 16.5” / 32 cm x 42 cm
150 numbered copies
ISBN 979 10 94737 16 3

Editions du Limonaire

Check out all the screenprinted posters HERE


Marc H. Choko is professor emeritus at the School of Design of the Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada, and an author and lecturer. He was director of the Design Centre at UQAM from 1999 to 2008. A passionate poster collector since the mid-1960s, he has written many books and articles about graphic design and posters and curated over a hundred exhibitions around the world. He is an honorary member of the Société des designers graphiques du Québec and co-founding member of La Tribu Grafik.

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