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 Poster designed by Henrik Kube for the "Aveny-T. Danseforestilling. She Loves You" dance performance, featuring a large red letter "T" above silhouetted images of a ballet dancer in a lifted pose with reddish highlights against a black background, with dates and contact information for tickets in white and red font.

Aveny-T. Danseforestilling. She Loves You

Relevance Score: 1.0000

 Concert poster by Stein Are Kleivan for the Øyafestivalen Oslo 2010 featuring a vibrant yellow and black spotted roaring leopard with a chaotic red and black textured background, bold white text announces "IGGY AND THE STOOGES" and the date "11. AUGUST" in grungy fonts.

Øyafestivalen Oslo 2010

Stein Are Kleivan

Relevance Score: 0.9377

 Vintage poster titled "Folies-Bergère. La Loïe Fuller" by Jules Chéret, featuring an illustration of a woman in a flowing yellow dress with orange highlights and red flowers in her hair, dancing against a deep blue background, with the venue name and performer's name in bold text.

Folies-Bergére. La Loïe Fuller

Relevance Score: 0.9372

 Poster of "Lasse & Geir" by artist Marco Haakon Pannaggi, featuring side-by-side portraits of two young men with serious expressions against a dark blue to black gradient background, with the movie title in bold white letters and additional red text information below.

Lasse & Geir

Relevance Score: 0.9362

 Vintage poster titled "Folies-Bergère. La Loïe Fuller" by Jules Chéret. Lithograph depicts dancer Loïe Fuller mid-performance with dynamic, flowing dress transitioning from yellow to orange to red, against a muted green background. Upper text in bold letters reads "Folies-Bergère," and lower cursive text states "La Loïe Fuller."

Folies-Bergére. La Loïe Fuller.

Relevance Score: 0.9348

 Album cover for Egil Monn-Iversen's "Suite fra filmen «TONNY»" designed by Terje Kjær / Moltzau & co, Oslo, featuring a bright pink background with illustration of a grand piano and abstracted silhouetted figures, framed by relevant text in black and white.

Tonny-Egil Monn-Iversen

Relevance Score: 0.9333

 A graphic design by Hans Jørgen Toming titled “Den gleda du skal leva på,” featuring a stylized four-leaf clover in red against an off-white background with subtle text aligned with the bottom right petal.

Den gleda du skal leva på

Hans Jørgen Toming

Relevance Score: 0.9331

 "Ett drömspel" by Lena Cronqvist, a lithograph on paper showing an expressive scene with a kissing couple, the man in a white tank top and the woman in a yellow dress, in front of a large cross, with a sorrowful figure to the left and a dramatic black and grey background.

Ett drömspel. No 21

Lena Cronqvist

Relevance Score: 0.9324

 Graphic design piece titled "Ketil Vea" by MADLA (Marie; Madla Papouskova) HRUZA, featuring layered horizontal stripes in shades of dark reds and browns with text overlays in red, cyan, and white, indicating names and titles related to the project, with a prominence on visual texture and color contrast.

Ketil Vea mfl.

MADLA (alt. navn Marie; Madla Papouskova) HRUZA

Relevance Score: 0.9318

 A vintage graphic poster by Gunnar Tandberg for "Første Norske Radio: Landsutstilling" featuring stylized zigzagging motifs in yellow, red, and white over a dark sky, with a suited man and a horn speaker in a beam of light, and event details in white text.

Første Norske Radio: Landsutstilling

Gunnar Tandberg

Relevance Score: 0.9305

 A black and whiteColor black and white woodcut print by Ludvig Eikaas for a poster advertising an exhibition of tapestries by Synnøve Anker Aurdal, featuring abstract vertical lines and wavy horizontal patterns suggestive of textile design.

Poster for an exhibition of tapestries by Synnøve Anker Aurdal

Ludvig Eikaas

Relevance Score: 0.9300

 Monochromatic woodcut on paper titled "Victoria omfavner Johannes" by Håkon Stenstadvold, depicting a man and woman in a close embrace against a tall arched window, illuminated by light, with emphasis on the intimacy and dynamic movement suggested by their entwined forms.

Victoria omfavner Johannes

Håkon Stenstadvold

Relevance Score: 0.9297

 A monochromatic fine art woodcut print titled "Dans" by Erik Harry Johannessen, depicting an abstract dance scene with two central figures and additional motifs suggesting an audience or natural elements, executed in a contrasting black and white palette.


Erik Harry Johannessen

Relevance Score: 0.9294

 "Kvinne ved flygel," a color woodcut print on paper by Johs Rian, illustrating a contemplative woman seated by a golden-brown grand piano with a blue vase of flowers to her left, and abstract red and beige patterns in the background suggesting an intimate interior setting.

Kvinne ved flygel

Johs Rian

Relevance Score: 0.9287

 "Ode til Byen ved fjorden" by Lars Tiller, an abstract fine art print with a predominance of royal blue, featuring stylized geometric shapes and lines. Elements include a pale blue rectangle, teal vertical stripe, jagged black shapes at the bottom, aqua and crimson lines, a looping white line, a small black circle, and accents in bright orange and yellow at the edges. The

Ode til Byen ved fjorden

Lars Tiller

Relevance Score: 0.9282

 Album cover for Trygve Hoff's "Bekved og Lørveblues" designed by Karl Erik Harr, featuring a detailed sepia illustration of a bearded man in profile surrounded by a skeleton, foliage, and a reclining figure, with the album title in bold lettering above.

Trygve Hoff - Bekved og Lørveblues

Relevance Score: 0.9278

 Lithographic print on paper showing a stylized woman from the early 20th century hanging a circular banner that reads "KVINDER VÆLG KVINDER." Text at the top says "KRISTIANIA KALDER PÅ KVINDERNE VALGDAGEN," and the bottom lines read "KOMMUNEVALGET 4 DEC." and "KVINDERNES VÆLGERFORENING." The monochrome design features black on an off-white background. Artist is Ukjent kun

Kvinder vælg kvinder

Relevance Score: 0.9276

 Abstract visual art piece by Rolf Nesch titled "Dance" on thick wove paper, depicting two stylized figures in a lively dance against a starry, deep blue background. The left figure features earth-toned patterns, while the right figure is adorned with silvery white and gray decorative elements, both under a constellation of small white specks.


Rolf Nesch

Relevance Score: 0.9276

 Vintage lithograph poster titled "Palais de Glace. Champs-Elysées" by Jules Chéret, featuring an exuberant woman ice-skating in a billowing red skirt and dark blue bodice, with the text "Palais de Glace" above and "Champs-Elysées" below her in bold typography, all set against an off-white background suggesting an indoor ice rink.

Palais de Glace. Champs-Elysées

Jules Chéret

Relevance Score: 0.9275

 A colorful silkscreen artwork by Per Kleiva titled "Vi som intet eide," featuring a tranquil sky in soft blue tones, minimalist clouds in beige and white, a textured central form in grays and browns resembling a tree stump, and three vibrant red roses with green stems, alluding to themes of nature and possibly symbolism.

Vi som intet eide

Per Kleiva

Relevance Score: 0.9274

 "Folkekongen," an oil painting on canvas by Lena Trydal, depicting a whimsical family portrait with seven diverse characters, featuring a mix of casual clothing and ceremonial attire, set against a checkered floor and a red drape backdrop.


Lena Trydal

Relevance Score: 0.9272

 "Orkestergraven" by Johs Rian, an abstract silkscreen print on paper featuring vibrant sky blue, soft pink, pastel yellow, and muted turquoise. Abstract figures suggesting musicians and whimsical shapes create a playful, orchestra-inspired composition.


Johs Rian

Relevance Score: 0.9272

 Graphic design by Øystein Dolmen titled "Knutsen & Ludvigsen," featuring two cartoon characters in white against a black background, one with a string instrument and the other with a small wind instrument, with text in Norwegian above and the Norwegian flag, all above the red title text on a white background.

Knutsen & Ludvigsen

Øystein Dolmen

Relevance Score: 0.9269

 "Parafrase over Trondhjemsrosen" by Inger Sitter, an abstract color lithograph on paper featuring energetic blue and orange brushstrokes clustered in the composition's center against a neutral background.

Parafrase over Trondhjemsrosen

Inger Sitter

Relevance Score: 0.9268

 "Søndag ettermiddag kl. 12.15" by Niclas Gulbrandsen, a black and white woodcut print on paper showcasing two stylized figures within an abstract, textural environment that suggests an outdoor scene with patterns resembling foliage above. One figure is seated and reclined to the left, and the other stands to the right in a walking pose, both silhouetted against a contrasting light background.

Søndag ettermiddag kl. 12.15

Niclas Gulbrandsen

Relevance Score: 0.9264

 A color lithograph on paper entitled "Uten tittel" by Inger Sitter featuring an abstract composition with bold red brushstrokes and a central, dense black mark, set against a white background, conveying a sense of dynamic motion and raw emotion.

Uten tittel

Inger Sitter

Relevance Score: 0.9263

 "Dansende pike" by Sigurd Winge is an abstract canvas painting using predominantly muted tones with a swirling mix of off-white and pale grey, suggestive of a dancing girl with delicate dark lines defining her silhouette against a solid blue section at the bottom.

Dansende pike

Sigurd Winge

Relevance Score: 0.9261

 Album cover for "The Aller Værste - Materialtretthet" by Art Aid. It features a stylized blue wave with a cartoon-like woman surfing depicted in the center. The title is written in red uppercase letters on a yellow block above, and the artist's name appears in small black text on white at the top of the surfing image. The color palette includes bright blue, yellow, red, and black.

The Aller Værste - Materialtretthet

Relevance Score: 0.9258

 "Uten tittel" by Ludvig Eikaas, a high-contrast silk-screen print showing a stylized female figure sitting within textured, concentric circles on a black background.

Uten tittel

Ludvig Eikaas

Relevance Score: 0.9255

 Sepia-toned lithograph by Edvard Munch titled "Theatre Programme: Peer Gynt" featuring a mournful old woman with her head in her hands in the foreground and a younger woman looking into the distance behind her, set against a minimalistic background of rolling hills or mountains, with text detailing the play's programme information in the bottom right corner.

Theatre Programme: Peer Gynt

Edvard Munch

Relevance Score: 0.9254