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1983 Mardi Gras poster

Designed in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1983.
Poster, 'Gay Mardi Gras '83', colour screen print on paper, designed by Allan Booth, printed by Community Arts Project, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1983

Colour screen print poster in vertical format, printed in blue, black, pink and yellow with a matt finish. Blue and black background illustrates a silhouetted cityscape of Sydney city, including Sydney Harbour Bridge, Sydney Opera House and Centre-Point Tower. In the blue sky is a yellow moon with pink triangle, in the foreground pink, yellow and blue lettering in printed on black reads 'Gay Mardi Gras / Feb 19 / community arts project / 83'.
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