I chose “Jules Cheret” because it was created in 1889 when print technology was not improved yet. Despite that condition, the poster is beautifully designed with three basic colors: yellow, blue, and red. According to the article, back in that time, the printer could have an ink with the rainbow colors only which is kind of limited source to make a big, nice poster. Although this poster has just three colors, they are used efficiently and visually mixed as well. If that poster was designed nowadays, it would be much more colorful and technically improved like the quality of printer, ink, and design programs and tools.