The posters were issued in 19, so the photo was taken in 1919 or later.Although the office might have displayed the posters as decorations for a while, it seems more likely that the photo was taken shortly after the end of World War I. ” to the photo’s online description to help future researchers.The blocks of these prints were destroyed in the fire following the 1923 Great Kanto Earthquake; therefore, they never were reprinted after 1923.These are not true "publisher's seals," but the seals of the printer (Suri) Ono Gintaro, who was one of Watanabe's long term printers.The purpose of this web site is to provide a general overview along with practical details for those who wish to use the method.The print clock is a method for dating undated books and prints that were produced by hand-operated presses, thus since the 15th Century.
We’ve posted some of our favorites below, but check out many more at the shop for yourself.
As Jessica and Timothy documented their experiences daily on the 40 Days of Dating website, each post was accompanied by colorful type treatments created by 80 of their talented friends in the design world, such as Keetra Dean Dixon, Mikey Burton and Stefan Sagmeister.
Now, they’ve opened the 40 Days of Dating Shop where you can buy these beautiful pieces as museum quality Epson prints.
Then I wondered about the posters in the background.
Come to find out, we have both posters, and they’re dated!