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Posters (2), 'Sydney Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras 1993', paper, Kendal Baker, Sydney, Australia 1992-1993

Designed by Baker, Kendal in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1992-1993.
Two identical colour offset printed posters on white glossy paper. Advertising the Sydney Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras of 1993 festival from 1 - 28 February parade and party on 27 February. Featuring the date as a 'Come on Over 1993 Mardi Gras' postage seal above postage stamp with couple embracing upper right, Mardi Gras logo of Sydney Opera House motif and triangle lower left, the collage illustration depicting Botticelli angels mouthing the festival words in gold above a muscular torso with Harbour Bridge motif on his arm, black and white photograph of three women at lower right clad in leathers and drapes and three bronzed lifesavers drawn at centre bottom, the whole 'decoupage' is framed within a gold border with cherubs, signed Kendal Baker '92 lower right.
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