This very amusing poster advertises the Argentinian liqueur Amargo Obrero. It shows Earth with a peaked roof and cut-out door that is wide open. Extending out from the door is a ramp (tongue?) on which sits a glass of Amargo Obrero (presumably). Roman numerals mark the hours but the clock has no hands, though, ironically, it does appear to have two pendulums. The poster reads, "En la mundo entero la hora del aperitivo es Amargo Obrero," which translates as, "Throughout the world, the aperitif hour is Amargo Obrero." Of course, without hands on the clock, the aperitif hour could be any hour or every hour. Perhaps it's similar to the English phrase,"It's always 5 o'clock somewhere," meaning now is always the right time to have a drink.
Amargo Obrero (literally translated as "bitter worker") is the name of an Argentinian liqueur that is a dark brown bitter with an herbal, almost licorice flavor. Created in the late 1880s as a response to the sweet drinks of the upper classes, it has become known as a drink of the Argentinian working class.
The bright yellow background and the red and green that accent it combine to make this poster vivid and vibrant. It will brighten every space and add conversation to every room where it hangs.