National Airlines New York Print

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A print of National Airlines/New York, c. 1964, by Bill Simon.

National Airlines was a Florida-based carrier that operated from 1934 to 1980, when it was acquired by Pan Am. In the 1960s, Bill Simon produced a series of vibrant posters for the airline, many showing uniquely intimate or unusual aspects of a given destination. In this example, a couple is shown enjoying the hospitality at “Stouffer’s Top of the Sixes,” the celebrated rooftop restaurant at 666 Fifth Avenue, against the glamorous backdrop of the Manhattan skyline visible through the plate-glass windows. Simon included his name on the cover of the pink menu in the lower right corner.

Measures 17 x 11 inches. Ships rolled.

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