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Twelve different posters that reflect both the historical changes and significant aspects of the hubergroup’s 250-year-old heritage have been selected as the motifs for this year’s wall calendar.
The success of posters as information media used both by businesses and institutions to ‘speak’ to the general public began in the 18th Century.
Alois Senefelder’s invention of lithography enabled the simple reproduction of coloured prints and this quickly led to the demise of the cheap and basic bills of old and the dawn of posters, often of high artistic quality. As advertising became an increasingly important factor in the mass society of the 20th century, advertising specialists adopted this new medium and graphic designers focused more and more on achieving maximum promotional effectiveness.
Almost all of the 15,500 copies of this calendar have already been distributed to all four corners of the earth.