GAF 500 Vintage Photo Film Screenprint

$ 30


GAF was originally established in the United States as an American branch of the German chemical conglomerate I.G. Dyes, American I.G. changed its name to General Aniline and Film (GAF) Corporation in 1939. The name change resulted from its acquisition of General Aniline Works and a merger with Agfa-Ansco Corporation, which produced photography supplies such as film. 

In addition to manufacturing photographic film as well as cameras and projectors (both still and motion picture), GAF was the manufacturer of the View-Master toy line. Briefly in the 1970s, it was the official film of Disneyland and at this time, actor Henry Fonda served as the company's spokesman in several television commercials including one that featured Jodie Foster in her first acting role.

11" x 14"
2 Color Screenprint
Wild Cherry 100# Construction Cover by French Paper Co.
All posters are shipped in crush proof recycled cardboard tubes
Print only, frame not included

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