Like a magnet, the bold and innovative graphics produced by the five grand masters of the Golden Age of Posters possessed a force that pulled the consumer to advertisements more effectively than ever before.
Set of Two Magnets Choose One of Four Options
Grasset Set: Two images reflect the work of Swiss-born artist and botanist Eugène Grasset with his signature depictions of dreamy women and emblematic flora.
Cycles & Automobiles, 1899
Coquetterie, from Dix Estampes Decoratives, 1897
Mucha Set: Two images showcase Alphonse Mucha's interest in Spiritualism. Whether adorned by a crown or a halo, the female figure is personified by stars and elevated to mystical and majestic beauty.
Princess Hyacinth, 1911
Steinlen Set: Two images hint at the gentle humor Théophile-Alexandre Steinlen inserted in his work. Society will surely be as awestruck as geese by this new motorized tricycle. And his beloved cat is deserving of a halo, too, monsieur Mucha!
Chat Noir, 1896-97
Motocycles Comiot, 1899
Toulouse-Lautrec Set: Two images of cancan dancers depict Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec's love of the bohemian nightlife and devotion to the demi-monde. Each advertisement guaranteed an evening of wayward pleasure at venues in Paris and London.
Troupe de Mlle Eglantine, 1896
Moulin Rouge: La Goulue, 1891
Grasset Set Magnet Dimensions: 3"x2" (Landscape) and 2"Sq
Mucha Set Magnet Dimensions:2"x3" (Portrait)
Steinlen Set Magnet Dimensions: 2"x3" (Portrait)
Toulouse-Lautrec Set Magnet Dimensions: 2"x3" (Portrait) and 3"x2" (Landscape)