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2006 FIFA World Cup Germany 'Art Posters'

These 3 posters, representing Australia, China and Japan were produced as part of a series of 14 official 'Art Posters' created for the FIFA World Cup held in Germany in 2006.

Many international artists were involved in producing the designs: Jess MacNeil (Australia), Luo Brothers (China), Hisashi Tenmyouya (Japan) represented in this acquisition - plus Kwesi Owusu-Ankomah (Ghana), Toyin Loye (Nigeria), Beatriz Milhazes (Brazil), Sarah Morris (USA), Andreas Gursky (Germany), Markus Lüpertz …


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Object Statement

Posters (3), '2006 FIFA World Cup Germany Art Posters', colour offset lithographic prints, paper, various designers, made in Germany, 2004-2006

Physical Description

Three 2006 FIFA World Cup Germany Art Posters: 'A cup for your toy' designed by the Luo Brothers, 'Could go either way' designed by Jess MacNeil and 'Football' designed by Hisashi Tenmyouya. The posters are colour offset lithographs on paper, produced in Germany. They were designed as part of joint project between FIFA and the Government of the Federal Republic of Germany to produce a new category of Official Event Posters, Art Posters, which also function as a high-end fan item.


Credit Line

MAAS Collection, 2018

Acquisition Date

28 August 2018

Cite this Object


2006 FIFA World Cup Germany 'Art Posters' 2021, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 30 March 2023, <>


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