-- Museum Limited Edition Print -- Bestard Hnos, Inca, Mallorca, 1941.
Licores Hnos Bestard, Inca, Mallorca, 1941 [El Camarero de Inca].
Illustrator: Manel Vives, commissioned by Fábrica de Licores Hnos Bestard.
Original letterpress and lithography designed and printed by Imprenta Nueva Balear in 1941.
Remastered art edition produced by The Poster Design Group® (UK) Ltd. on behalf of Imprenta Nueva Balear and Stick No Bills® Poster Art.
In its promotion of ‘Anís La Isla’, ‘Palo Rumbo’ and ‘Ron Caney’ this exquisitely art deco style graphic time-stamps how Mallorquin culture is closely linked to its home-brewed liqueurs; recipes unique to the Balearics poured into botellitas and all but unknown overseas up until the early 20th Century. Concoctions passed down informally over centuries, combining international best practices with locally picked fruits and herbs, have long been elaborated in local distilleries into myriad types of rum, anise and ‘hierbas’ for distribution throughout the archipelago to be served in bar, cafes and restaurants alone or with coffee.
Exclusively for Stick No Bills-certified distribution with Stick No Bills®, licence courtesy of © Imp. Nueva Balear & The Poster Design Group® (uk) Ltd.
Fixed percentages of proceeds go to Foundation Save The Med & Cruz Roja Mallorca.Visit Stick No Bills® Asia & Europe Flagship Poster Art Galleries at 71 Pedlar Street Galle Fort, Sri Lanka & Costa D’en Brossa 10, Palma de Mallorca, Spain. Visit the Stick No Bills® Global Gallery & Printworks at Nueva Balear, Av. d’Alexandre Rosselló 18 con Costa y Llobera, Palma de Mallorca, Spain to view both premium (open edition) prints and uniquely numbered museum-grade limited edition giclées including special editions of ten gold and ten caplain white gold overlaid prints (74cm x 110cm / 29.2” x 43.3”) and the one-of-a-kind Master Edition 1/1 with 24 karat gold letters on 100% cotton-based Hahnemühle® archival fabric (100 x 150cm / 39.37 x 59.05”). These rare, sustainably manufactured museum grade prints are produced on site by Stick No Bills® Creative Director & Nueva Balear’s Master Printer (currently Roberto Aguiló, youngest grandson of Don Cayetano Aguiló who oversaw printing of the first edition in 1941) @posterprintworks. Prices on application, private show-printing made-to-order appointments and reservations at email@example.com or www.sticknobillsonline.com / @sticknobillsposters / +971460664.