"The Stenbergs practiced in a range of media, initially active as Constructivist sculptors, subsequently as theater designers, architects, and draftspeople. Their design work covered the gamut from clothing, including women's shoes, to rail carriages. The arenas in which they excelled were theater, costume and graphic designs, particularly the graphic design of film posters, encouraged by the surging interest in movies in Russia and the government's sanctioning of graphic design and the cinema."
Dynamic graphic optimism from the various World Fair's, 1933 to 1967
Haunted House, Koko the Clown, 1928
La Danza Macabra The Skeleton Dance, Walt Disney, 1929
Betty Boop Halloween Party, 1933 (Banned Cartoons)
Scrappy's Ghost Story, 1935
The Evil Snowman, 1940
"Edit of a genuine PD cartoon from 1940, The Snow Man - guaranteed to scare the pants off you and make small children cry. It's hard to believe this cartoon was ever shown to little kids!"
"Design played a crucial role in promoting social progress and technological change across Britain between 1930 and 1960. The commercial poster reached cultural maturity during this period and became the most eloquent of the mass media. From the 1930s onwards the Post Office became a leader in the field of poster design, commissioning some of Britain's best artists and designers." http://www.postalheritage.org.uk/page/designsondelivery
Original Textile Designs
Austria, Germany, Hungary, Holland, Switzerland, Russia, Yugoslavia
"My basic passion is paper items such as travel brochures, airline time-tables, ocean liner time-tables, auto road maps, luggage labels, advertising, and graphic design publications from the 1920s and 1930s, primarily in Europe but also Asia..."