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This 1969 original poster is hands down my favorite ski poster of all time. Talk about a blast from the past, by artist Julie Lamoe. This poster is extremely rare and we have a limited supply. Size: 20.75 x 30 inches.
This famous 1940's image is from the early days of skiing in Mount Lassen, California. These are print to order archival, museum-quality giclee prints perfect for framing and display. This poster is available in 3 sizes: 20 x 30, 24 x 36 and 30 x 40 inches, plus black & white or sepia.
Babes, Sun, Snow & Skiing Poster. Nothing new under the sun, these attractive ladies of the 1940's improve their tans after a day on the slopes. These are print to order archival, museum-quality giclee prints perfect for framing and display. Size: 20 x 30 inches, black & white or sepia.
This poster uses a photograph apparently taken during a 1972 mountaineering expedition in Peru that involved 46 climbers and at least five summits. Size: 21 x 30 inches.
This 1975 poster is an impressive window into a mountaineering expedition of Huascaran that juxtaposes one mysterious climber with Cordillera Blanca peaks. Size: 21 x 30 inches.
Judge Magazine 1928 cover poster. Notice below the falling skier the notation about the article inside 'Another Bank Failure' - this 1928 magazine cover was using the 'yard sale' as a representation of the falling economy. This is a giclee ski poster. Available in two sizes: 18 x 24 and 22 x 28 inches.
This poster is a 1985 advertisement promoting "The Legends of American Skiing" documentary about the history of American skiing by Richard Moulton, featuring the famous painting "The Birkebeinerne" by Knud Larsen Bergslien. Size: 18 x 24 inches.
Dick Durrance skiing in New Zealand 1930's. However the ski poster was created in the late 1990's as an advertisement for Aspen Highlands. Printed on premium semi-matte archival paper. Size: 18 x 13 inches.
The National Ski Patrol System was founded in 1938 by C. Minot "Minnie" Dole. Thankfully today the Ski Patrol is active in most ski areas in North America. Image Size 20 x 30 inches, Paper Size 21 x 31.
A hilarious cartoon depiction of a crowded nudist ski resort. A playful free for all, where it seems anything goes. From sliding down to getting down, this 80's vintage ski poster redefines the term "rosy cheeks". Printed with high quality giclee. Available in two tizes: 18 x 24 and 22 x 28 inches.
This Saturday Evening Post magazine cover from February 22, 1941 depicts a couple relaxing after a day on the ski slopes during Apres Ski at the Ski Lodge. This is a reproduction of the cover. Size: 20 x 27 inches.
Ski poster of 43 patches from some of North America's most historic ski areas, some of which no longer exist. This is a museum quality archival print. Size 20 x 30 inches.
Ski in Los Andes Portillo Chile from June to October is an ad that has been successfully calling out to the Northern Hemisphere skiers to come to Portillo for decades. This is a giclee ski poster. Size 22 x 28 inches.
Ski Portillo Chile recently commemorated the 50th anniversary of skiing in Portillo Chile, in 1957. This poster celebrates this anniversary. Printed on premium semi-matte paper. Available in three sizes: 20 x 30 in., 24 x 36 in., 30 x 40 inches.
This ski poster says it all! The 60's was a time when one would say to one's self before hitting the slopes, "skis, boots, poles, pass, pot" so as to not forget anything important in making the ski day fun. Especially as these hippies are styling with their 'Obermeyer Ski Jeans Stretch Pants'. These are print to order archival, museum-quality giclee prints perfect for framing and display. Available in 2 sizes: 11 x 24 and 22 x 28 inches, plus black & white or sepia.
What's there to say? Some slopes are more attractive than others. Beautiful blue sky day, a perfect day for skiing the Big Ones. This is a giclee ski poster. Available in two sizes: 20 x 24 inches and 22 x 28 inches.
This is a ski poster created by Rick Pieros using a wood block printing process that details the basic stances for Telemark Skiing from the early 1900's. This museum quality print makes for a great addition to any ski lodge style decor. Size: 22 x 28 inches.
In this poster, Wayne Wong is sporting his favorite red, white and blue K2 Comps. As Skiing Magazine's 1972 Freestyler of the Year, he was the poster child of the emerging hot-dog attitude, and since 2009, he has been a hall-of-famer. This is a high quality giclee print. Size: 22 x 28 inches.
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