Vintage Posters of Major Online Brands

It’s needless to say that vintage style is almost a 100% winning idea for any project. It always looks interesting and eye-catching so you may be sure that applying retro ideas will make your concept popular. But today we’re offering you to take a look at the vintage posters of famous web brands that don’t need any extra advertising – these companies are well-known all over the world. Following artworks will help us see what it would be like to use Skype back in the 60′s or tweeting WWII propaganda style.

Vintage Posters of Major Online Brands

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Vintage Posters of Major Online Brands

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Vintage Posters of Major Online Brands

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Vintage Posters of Major Online Brands

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Vintage Posters of Major Online Brands

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Vintage Posters of Major Online Brands

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Vintage Posters of Major Online Brands

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Vintage Posters of Major Online Brands

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Vintage Posters of Major Online Brands

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Vintage Posters of Major Online Brands

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Vintage Posters of Major Online Brands

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Vintage Posters of Major Online Brands

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Vintage Posters of Major Online Brands

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Sources:
Covers Therapy
WWIII Propaganda Posters
Joe In Southern CA

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34 Responses to Vintage Posters of Major Online Brands

  1. ThirdSection says:

    I hereby declare this whole retro-vintage craze to be passé.

  2. HAL9000 says:

    yes please delete this beautiful page simply because some one has spent to much time stumbling – ruin it for the rest of us, you are right third section

  3. Shaundra says:

    This is awesome. You always hear about what they thought the future was going to be like. Nice to see that someone gave it to them—40 years later.

  4. Regan says:

    I wish there was a way to buy a full size poster of these

  5. DerpDerpaStan says:

    Regan, I’m not sure what the creative commons laws are around these particular images are, but i know that at many print shops they will do poster size prints of anything you bring in to them.

    With something like this you may have to contact the original artist, but often times if you only do 1 print and never do it again you aren’t breaking a law.

    Again, i’m no lawyer, but look into it.

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  8. Rdho says:

    uh sorry to break it to ya dude but it’s “lose” not “loose.”

    wow. after spending that much time you’d think he’d spell it correctly.

    if you’re already lining up to tell me i’m wrong, i know that.

    you failed. :)

  9. @adambanksdotcom says:

    DerpDerpaStan: Print shops are very foolish if they output whatever you give them. Check their written T&Cs and you’ll find they ask you to confirm you own the copyright to anything you ask them to print; otherwise both you and they are infringing.

    Unless the copyright owner has given explicit permission (for example by stating that the work is being placed in the public domain, applying a Creative Commons licence, or giving some other specific indication of permitted use) you are definitely infringing by printing one copy for any purpose other than private study. This does not cover hanging a poster on your wall.

    Respect the artist and ask permission.

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  11. Eric says:

    Go ahead and make a poster out of these 600×800 images, I’m sure it’ll look great.

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  13. Noah says:

    GOOGLE EARTH – BOTTOM LEFT CORNER – DEATHLY HALLOWS SYMBOL W00T

  14. Missy M says:

    @Rdho

    No, “loose” is correct. As in “Loose Lips Sink Ships”.

  15. Missy M says:

    Oh, just read the second bit of rdho’s post. haha. anyway, here’s the original poster:

    http://www.eyewitnesstohistory.com/lslips.htm

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  18. Jen says:

    What a fantastic way to re purpose vintage posters. Eye catching is right, they made me do a double take. Loose tweets sink fleets brilliant. Thanks for sharing

  19. Johnny says:

    I hereby declare the term ‘passé’ to be ‘passé.’

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  21. Andrew says:

    The CD in the bottom corner of the Google Poster is from Civil Defense, it became the Civil Air Patrol which is the Aux of the USAF

  22. jon says:

    i like the coffee stains … yes johnny i agree that using the term passe is passe. i like the copy on these as well

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  25. Julia says:

    FYI the website where you can order the last 9 posters on this list (last.fm, twitter, etc) is zazzle.com/retrofuturs and the WWII posters can be purchased at http://store.briiiiian.com/ Haven’t found that first set of facebook, youtube, etc for sale anywhere as prints yet. but you can click those links under the roundup to go to the artists’ flickr pages

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  27. Timo says:

    @ Eric (Go ahead and make a poster out of these 600×800 images, I’m sure it’ll look great.)
    You sure have no clue about professional resizing software.
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    As for asking for permission? I’ll share and use whatever the fuck I want. Fuck the copyright fascists!

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  30. Attila Bodi says:

    everything up to the 8th one are great, the rest aren’t so great.

  31. ZeShinyShark says:

    Are you just that retarded or trolling. “Loose lips might sink ships” is the original line. Lose and Loose are both words. Loose means when something is not attached properly and could fall off; such as the lip. Lose is something completely diffrent. The tweet is a metaphor for the lips. “Loose tweets sink fleets”

    Now think before you post something, and shame on you for being such an utter moron.

  32. Alex says:

    Loose is when something is not firmly attached MAY fall off, lose is what may happen to whatever is loose when it DOES fall off. :-)

  33. Alex says:

    I hereby term those who term ‘passé’ to be ‘passé.’, to be ‘passé.’ :-)

  34. Alex says:

    Nope, loose is correct. Loose lips means lips which are open and talking when they shouldn’t be. Like yours for instance…. Lose is when somebody loses their temper and zips your lips for you.