After facing five multiple choice questions, in a bid to bank up to £5,000, members of the public will take on multiple Chasers. Poster for 'Job' cigarette paper (1896) This is perhaps one of Mucha’s best-known advertising posters, with numerous editions subsequently published in a variety of formats for international markets. This poster established the iconic image of the ‘Mucha woman’ with her swirls of exaggeratedly abundant hair.
'JOB' is a trademark for the Joseph Bardou Company, manufacturers of cigarette papers. In this poster, Mucha placed the prominent female figure against a background featuring Job monograms. Holding a lighted cigarette in her hand, the woman leans her head backward sensually, and the rising smoke forms an arabesque, intertwining with her hair and the company logo. Mucha introduced a Byzantine effect, as seen in the Gismonda poster, with the border decoration inspired by mosaic work which adds an air of dignity to a commercial poster. In 1898 Mucha produced another design for Job which is known as 'great Job'. JOB rolling papers were created by a French craftsman who had a vision to make a booklet of papers for cigarette rolling. They have been around since the mid 1800's and are a very popular choice with smokers because of their superb quality. JOB has many different rolling papers and we carry quite a selection for you to choose from. You can use these with our cigarette filter tips , rolling paper tips or just by themselves.
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