Cuba Style  

During the first half of the 20th century, Cuba was a playground for wealthy American and European travelers in search of exotic glamour and luxury.  To attract these visitors, Cuban designers, influenced by the prevailing Art Deco style, created a unique look in their graphic arts.  With all the period posters, ads, souvenirs and packaging in this book, you won’t need a daiquiri and a hand-rolled cigar to take this trip back to Cuba’s golden age.  168 pages, dozens of color illustrations, 9” X 8”, TPB

BK163 - Cuba Style:
Graphics from the Golden Age
of Design