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P, The last leaf

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Format: A3 (29,7 x 42 cm.)

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At Permild & Rosengreen we do anything we can, to take care of the environment as much as possible.
That is why this poster is produced with 230 grams matt FSC-certified paper, that assures responsibly managed forests. It assures that there will be cut down no more trees than the forest can reproduce. FSC is also a safety of protection for the life of animals and plants in the nature, and proper working conditions for the workers of the forest.

The satirical universe of Robert Storm Petersen (1882-1949) is known especially from his series of drawings and text in newspapers such as Ekstra Bladet and the daily newspaper B.T., but he also painted watercolours and oil paintings, and drew many posters throughout his career. In the watercolour The last magazine from around 1929, which this poster is reproduced after, appears one of Storm P.'s recurring figures, the vagabond. With his hat in his hand, he tries to catch the last yellow autumn leaf before the wind takes it. With the usual humorous approach, the picture illustrates Storm P.'s sympathy for the vagabond's free life for good and evil.