Far-East - Eastern Epicurean - Japanese Koinobori Carp Wind Sock Kite and House
DISPLAYING: 11" x 14" Giclée Art Print
Georget's first commercial posters appear in the late 1940s. Hired by the tourist boards, the artist produced posters tempting people to visit Spain in which you see the influence of Picasso and Georges Braque. In 1960, Georget was awarded a plum which would please any graphic artist - he was selected to design the logo of french venerable Postal Service "La Poste". During this period, he also worked for a french aviation company, another prestigious post for graphic artists of the time. Over the years, his style evolved from traditional to fun and light hearted, one notices how his style became more graphic, his lines bolder, his colors brighter. A talented graphic artist must be "au courant" - on the cutting edge of new trends, of the evolution of art and perception: by adapting his style to his time, Georget managed to keep his clients' image modern and attractive, and proved his talent as a poster artist.