Joseph W. Mu - Sugar Land TX
A poster display apparatus provides a slanted back, a curved front, opposing sides, and a bottom that define an interior space. The apparatus holds posters therein in an upright display position. An antislip member of the apparatus reduces the relative movement of the posters to one another and to the apparatus. The front and back slant backward near the bottom portion of the posters causing the bottom portions of the posters to slant backward. The backward slant also reduces movement of the posters during browsing. One alternative includes an adjustable front and back to maintain the relative distance and force between the front and the posters, the back and the posters, and the posters themselves further reducing the slippage of the posters during browsing.