Popeye made his first public appearance on January 17, 1929 in Elzie Segar’s then 10-year-old comic strip, “Thimble Theatre,” which originally revolved around Olive Oyl’s family. Popeye soon became the star, upstaging the original cast of characters. It was during this period that Popeye’s spinach obsession became an indispensable plot device for his later adventures.

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Popeye made his first public appearance on January 17, 1929 in Elzie Segar’s then 10-year-old comic strip, “Thimble Theatre,” which originally revolved around Olive Oyl’s family. Popeye soon became the star, upstaging the original cast of characters. It was during this period that Popeye’s spinach obsession became an indispensable plot device for his later adventures.

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In 1943, while the world was at war, bicycle racing persisted in Spain. That year the 23rd Vuelta Catalonia, one of Spain’s oldest races, was won by Spaniard Julian Berrendero. The official poster, illustrated by Pallare, richly captures the spirit of the race and denotes Pirelli’s 3rd sponsorship of the event. Today, the prestige of the Vuelta Catalonia continues as it is a part of the UCI Pro Tour program, a designation confined exclusively to cycling’s most important international races.

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Popeye made his first public appearance on January 17, 1929 in Elzie Segar’s then 10-year-old comic strip, “Thimble Theatre,” which originally revolved around Olive Oyl’s family. Popeye soon became the star, upstaging the original cast of characters. It was during this period that Popeye’s spinach obsession became an indispensable plot device for his later adventures.

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Popeye made his first public appearance on January 17, 1929 in Elzie Segar’s then 10-year-old comic strip, “Thimble Theatre,” which originally revolved around Olive Oyl’s family. Popeye soon became the star, upstaging the original cast of characters. It was during this period that Popeye’s spinach obsession became an indispensable plot device for his later adventures.

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A.M. Cassandre designed this poster for Cycles Brillant in 1923, fusing together the styles of Cubism and Surrealism. His designs are memorable for their simple and clever graphic solutions, constantly taunting the over-detailed Art Nouveau style. Cassandre stated, “A poster is to be viewed on the street.” Wearing this art as a jersey is an affirmation and extension of the artist’s original intent.

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Le Chat Noir was a famous 19th century cabaret in the notoriously bohemian Montmartre district of Paris. It was opened 18 November, 1881 at 84 Boulevard Rouchechouart by the artist Rodolph-Alexandre Salis, and closed in 1897 (much to the disappointment of Picasso and others). It was here that the Salon des Arts Incoh

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Popeye made his first public appearance on January 17, 1929 in Elzie Segar’s then 10-year-old comic strip, “Thimble Theatre,” which originally revolved around Olive Oyl’s family. Popeye soon became the star, upstaging the original cast of characters. It was during this period that Popeye’s spinach obsession became an indispensable plot device for his later adventures.

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Popeye made his first public appearance on January 17, 1929 in Elzie Segar’s then 10-year-old comic strip, “Thimble Theatre,” which originally revolved around Olive Oyl’s family. Popeye soon became the star, upstaging the original cast of characters. It was during this period that Popeye’s spinach obsession became an indispensable plot device for his later adventures.

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Dr. Seuss (Theodor Seuss Geisel) created How the Grinch Stole Christmas! in 1957. The Grinch, a bitter, cave-dwelling creature with a heart “two sizes too small,” lives on snowy Mount Crumpit, a steep, 3,000-foot high mountain just north of Whoville, home of the merry and warm-hearted Whos. His only companion is Max, his faithful dog. One fateful day from his perch high atop Mount Crumpit, the Grinch can hear the noisy Christmas festivities that take place in Whoville…the rest is history.

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A.M. Cassandre designed this poster for Cycles Brillant in 1923, fusing together the styles of Cubism and Surrealism. His designs are memorable for their simple and clever graphic solutions, constantly taunting the over-detailed Art Nouveau style. Cassandre stated, “A poster is to be viewed on the street.” Wearing this art as a jersey is an affirmation and extension of the artist’s original intent.

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