The students who attended Wakefield High School during the 1969/1970 school year were a busy and creative group.
From after school clubs to theater productions; from student body elections to themed dances; Wakefield students showcased their events, programs and causes with simple but effective hand silkscreened posters:
David Crist, graduate of Wakefield Class of 1970, saved and donated over 90 of these posters to the Center for Local History.
The first image above features an advertisement for “The Night Before Christmas Fashion Show" from December 1969, and was silk screened onto either poster board or construction paper. In a very era-appropriate touch, the poster highlights that “Fashions by Sears” were to be modeled at the evening’s 8:00 p.m. production.
The Center for Local History's online Community Archives includes a large number of high-resolution images of the Wakefield 1969-970 Student Posters.
I love the hip vintage look of these. This style is still popular as evinced in the cover of the new Suspiria soundtrack album, for example. https://www.amazon.com/Suspiria-Music-Luca-Guadagnino-Film/dp/B07GW2PGBX/ref=sr_1_1?s=music&ie=UTF8&qid=1544113423&sr=1-1&keywords=suspiria+soundtrack