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Year: circa 1960s

Artist: Ray Ameijide (1924-2000)

Dimension: 42 x 28

Medium: Offset lithography


Notable sales:

eBay, June 2021, $1,199

eBay, June 2020, $999 (Chesterton version)

eBay, June 2014, $750



In the sixties and early seventies, Pan Am produced posters that captured the free-flowing easy going vibe of the times. Mostly one-offs, these posters fit the era either through subject matter, artistic design, typography and or mood. While not connected to a specific artist or poster series, the "Groovy Art and Logos" grouping definitely fit the transition from the 1960s to the 1970s when Pan Am brought the 747 to commercial aviation. 


The art for this poster was designed by Ray Ameijide (1924-2000) who had a long and distinguished career as a commercial artist creating three dimensional advertisements and magazine illustrations. In addition to this great Pan Am poster, he created a series of memorable TV Guide covers in the seventies/early eighties featuring caricatures of popular TV show casts.

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