Thursday, December 19, 2013

Vintage Knie Paper

1946 designer Hans Falk   Voitech Trubka

 1950 designer Fauquex    Who is this?

1960 designer Marcus Campbell  Is this Gilbert Houck?

 1975 designer Donald Brun  Is this Louis Knie?

1977 poster designer T.Steinemann & R.Jung 


Bjorn said...

the only thing I could find on the paper by Fauquex was one that was dated 1954, the lady portrayed on it is called Miss Trinity. I couldn't find any info about her, but maybe Mr Jim Clubb can find something about Miss Trinity.

Anonymous said...

Wade: here is a book which must be about the male Indian rhinoceros which Ralph S. Scott brought back to the Crandon Park Zoo in 1970 from Nepal. It is titled "The Rhino With Glue-On Shoes" by Claire MW. There's a picture of him on the cover. It has to be him. No other rhino ever wore shoes. Sincerely Paul

Bjorn said...

Well it finally happend

Wade G. Burck said...

Thank you for the link, friend. It again proves what I have said in the past, that hybrids are indeed capable of reproducing, and are not sterile as was thought for many years. It is a shame that something like this is being produced. What is the purpose?

Wade Burck

Raffaele De Ritis said...

Poster with lady is 1954; correct name in the program looks to be Miss Tintye. Be sure I'll track who she was.

Other posters: 1975 yes, is Louis, the year he introduced tiger on elephants; the 1960 is Houcke. The first one is Vojtech Trubka, and is the most sought after, Herni being a very important Swiss painter.

Raffaele De Ritis said...

(sorry: Falk, not Henri)