Available for auction is a collection of authentic numbered limited edition Porsche racing posters signed by Erich Strenger. The seller notes this collection of posters has been preserved in its original box and has never been mounted or framed. A feint stain can be seen on one of the posters, the rest are in excellent condition. Please view the gallery. This set of signed and numbered posters displays part number BOU 016 000 00 0 Poster set #3 #168 of 500 on the original box.
It’s said that no one has helped to shape the image of Porsche as much as Erich Strenger. Strenger, a graphic designer created adverts, brochures, and racing posters for Porsche and founded Porsche’s in-house magazine, Christophorus. The starting signal for the long-term collaboration began in 1951 when Strenger and historian Richard von Frankenberg, who had just started to form Porsche’s communication department, discovered their common enthusiasm for the brand. At the beginning of the 1950s, Porsche’s brand name was typically handwritten on the brand’s advertising material. Strenger quickly developed a new, more modern, and universally applicable. Motorsport retained most of Porsche’s focus, enabling them to demonstrate the sportiness of its machines. Porsche’s famous racing director and public relations manager, Huschke von Hanstein, ordered a poster from Strenger for each race. The posters portrayed the most important moments from the Targa Florio, Le Mans, and the Monte-Carlo Rally. Strenger designed countless racing posters for Porsche up until the 1980s, reflecting not only his graphic talent but also his inexhaustible creativity.
The five posters displaying some of Strenger's incredible work are composed of the following:
Don't miss your opportunity to own a piece of Porsche and Erich Strenger history. The buyer is responsible for shipping, handling, and fees.
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