Seymour Chwast’s posters reside in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art, New York; the Cooper-Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum, New York; the Philadelphia Museum of Art; the Library of Congress, in Washington, D.C., and many other museums worldwide. Due to limited quantities, selections for sale will change occasionally (please check back often).

Posters may be signed by Seymour for an additional $60 each. Select “Signed” below during checkout. For shipping and handling $10 for domestic and $20 for international deliveries will be added at checkout.

 

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VISIT DANTE'S INFERNO

1967

Original Poster

Was originally printed as a folded insert as part of a Push Pin Graphic. Offset.

Featured on the set of Mad Men.

Presented as it was originally produced, in a folded format and shipped flat.

18”x27.75”

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GROWING BY DESIGN

1990

For a design conference in Aspen, Colorado. Offset.

24”x35.5”

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END BAD BREATH

1967, 1999

Protesting the bombing of Hanoi in Vietnam.

Reprinted from the 1967 original.

27.5”x39.5”

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PUSHPIN AND BEYOND

1997

For an exhibit on Pushpin at the Suntory Museum in Osaka, Japan. Offset.

28.5”x39.5”

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I, CLAUDIUS

1978

For the Masterpiece Theater series on PBS. Offset.

30”x46”

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COLOR

1995

For the Noblet Serigraphie printing company. Serigraph.

22”x35”

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LIBERTY

1999

For the bicentennial of the French Revolution. Offset.

23.5”x33”

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NICHOLAS NICKLEBY

1984

For the Masterpiece Theater series on PBS. Offset.

30”x46”

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NOGO

1998

For the Hague “Appeal for Peace” conference. Offset.

24”x36”

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PEACE

1985

For the 40th anniversary of the bombing of Hiroshima. Offset.

24”x35.5”

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TELLURIDE FILM FESTIVAL

1998

For the 25th anniversary of this annual event. Offset.

24”x36”

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YOU ARE WHAT YOU PRINT

1996

For the Noblet Serigraphie Printing Company. Serigraph.

23”x30”

Plus S&H