Bilimsel toplantılarda panolara asılan kısa bildiri, poster sunumu.
Large bill or placard intended to be posted in public places.
One who posts bills; a billposter.
One who posts, or travels expeditiously; a courier.
Intended for presentation at the conference and not for publication.
Signs used to advertise simple messages Classic posters, such as those of Toulouse-Lautrec, are considered art masterpieces.
Four-Color lithographic reproductions of a painting, usually with type on or around the image to advertise an artist, show or event.
An enlargement of a photo used to advertise a product or service This can be a great way for a model to get visibility.
Single sheet advertising or promotional piece intended for mounting and display for a product, service or event Does not include point-of-purchase materials or any 'signage' that is eligible in the Out-of-Home categories.
Originally used to identify those prints created to advertise an event Now this term designates any print produced with a decorative boarder The Art Nouveau and Art Deco periods are identified with vintage posters.
Advertisement appearing outdoors, usually on a vertical board erected especially for the purpose which is called a hoarding, otherwise on windows or walls.
Reproduction that is usually printed in unlimited quantities with a lower grade of paper and inks than a limited or open edition prints Poster often include graphics.
An inexpensive way to decorate a dormroom while making people think you've been to foreign lands and done things you never have.
Generally, a pictorial advertisement for an exhibit, event or product.
Poster , posters.
Sign posted in a public place as an advertisement; 'a poster advertised the coming attractions'.
A) Editorial - Pictures, usually in a large format, sold retail.
An outdoor advertising medium; a billboard.
Someone who pastes up bills or placards on walls or billboards.
Horse kept at an inn or post house for use by mail carriers or for rent to travelers.