Retro Disneyland Attraction Posters


Straight from the 1950s-60s are these retro cool Disneyland attraction posters! These were just sold a few weeks ago at the Profiles in History auction of Hollywood memorabilia. The 36-by-54 inch vintage silk-screen posters advertised attractions at Disneyland in the style of railroad and airline travel posters.

In this day and age, when everyone’s borrowing that “retro” look, don’t they look like they could have been created today?











Profiles in History website
via [BoingBoing], [Collectors Weekly] and [iCollector]



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