23-077 The Chamois Poster by Jon Aron
This artwork is by my father Jon Aron. It was featured on a promotional poster for his design firm. This version is a fine art, gallery-quality pigment print on matte archival paper using fade-free 12-color archival inks for crisp contrasts and 100-year longevity. It measures 24 × 34 inches in an espresso wood tone frame with gallery acrylic glazing.
It featured this text:
The Chamois inhabits
Lucerne, where his habits
(Though why I have not an idea-r)
Give him sudden short spasms
On the brink of deep chasms,
And he lives in perpetual fear.
This poem is from “More Beasts for Worse Children” by the French-English poet Hilaire Belloc, 1897.
The original 1964 poster was printed in purple ink on olive green paper. It hung above his desk. Cool.
The sales copy: For information on the champions of this remarkable beast consult Trinkaus, Aron & Wayman of Norwalk Connecticut. Devotees of fresh graphic design, Crusaders for more exciting sales promotion and Partisans of progressive companies.
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