Bi-Oro – Sun Protection, Niklaus Stoecklin
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Bi-Oro – Sun Protection

Artist: Niklaus Stoecklin
Year: 1941
Size: 128 x 90 cm / 50.4 x 35.4″
Price: On request

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This vintage poster by Niklaus Stoecklin advertising Bi-Oro sun cream is one of the most celebrated posters of the Object Poster Style that dominated Swiss product advertising from the 1920s through the 1950s. Of the hundreds of posters done in this hyper-realist style, none surpasses the subtle highlights and rich surfaces in Stoecklin's still-life, which is included in the collection of the MOMA in New York.

Artist: Niklaus Stoecklin

Niklaus STOECKLIN was born in Basel in 1896 and died in 1982.

Stoecklin’s first teacher in Basel was Burkhard Mangold who heavily influenced his style. He studied at the Basel School of Arts and Craft and created his first ‘object poster’ in 1922. He then studied the modern graphic style in Munich and became influenced by Ludwig Hohlwein and the Purist style of the great Swiss architect and designer L... more

Niklaus STOECKLIN was born in Basel in 1896 and died in 1982.

Stoecklin’s first teacher in Basel was Burkhard Mangold who heavily influenced his styl ...

e. He studied at the Basel School of Arts and Craft and created his first ‘object poster’ in 1922. He then studied the modern graphic style in Munich and became influenced by Ludwig Hohlwein and the Purist style of the great Swiss architect and designer L... more
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