The original vintage posters known as "air posters" include those of the airlines as well as those of the air force recruitment as well as those relating to meetings and demonstrations of Aces or industry. The Air France posters are emblematic and date from 1934 to the 1970s. If all the other major airlines such as TWA, Panamerican or BOAC have also very well illustrated their posters like the ones signed by David Klein, no other airline has been able to do so well and anticipate communication in such a nice way. Lucien Boucher's planispheres, which he illustrated for thirty years, are illuminated like incunabula. The quality of the visuals and posters from 1930 to 1960 is exceptional. The first genius illustrators were Guiraud-Rivière, Roger de Valerio, Paolo Federico Garetto, Holz, Edmond Maurus, Vinci and Albert Solon. These creators gave aviation its illustrated letters of nobility, its first graphic wings. Note Cassandre's 1932 Air-Orient poster promoting postal mail, an art-deco poster that symbolizes this culture of avant-garde advertising artists. From 1946 to 1953, Air France ran emblematic advertising campaigns with drawings and paintings by Vincent Guerra, Jean Even, Guy Arnoult, Yasse Tabuchi, Bernard Villemot and Paul Colin. The latter signed an Air-Union Tunise poster in 1949 and sublimated the style of aerial posters in a mix of typography and iconic illustrated images.