Fallout: New Vegas posters
- 1 Galleries
- 1.1 NCR posters
- 1.2 Sunset Sarsaparilla posters
- 1.3 Poseidon Energy Posters
- 1.4 REPCONN Aerospace Posters
- 1.5 REPCONN HQ Museum Posters
- 1.6 Nellis Air Force Base
- 1.7 Casino posters
- 1.8 Commercial goods
- 1.9 Pre-War entertainment posters
- 1.10 Hoover Dam posters
- 1.11 Vault 11 electoral posters
- 1.12 Zion National Park posters
- 1.13 US propaganda billboards
- 1.14 Old World Blues
- 2 References
An NCR Poster featuring an NCR Trooper, and above the trooper it reads: "What I know-I keep to myself" and below it reads "CARELESS TALK COSTS LIVES," an obvious reference to the "careless talk costs lives" propaganda featured in Britain during World War II.
An NCR poster showing Vulpes Inculta of the Frumentarii over a green background with the text "When you steal NCR equipment, tools, and personal property... YOU are his BITCH!" The lettering underneath states "NCR Office #679 - Dept. 5 Poster Series 379"
A dirty paper poster found throughout the Bitter Springs refugee camp. This poster lists all the camp's regulations: Sundown curfew, No squatting within view of camp, Keep your food, water, and pets away from camp supplies - no mixing, Claimants seeking property of kin: Bring quartermaster details + witness., Triage decisions appeals no longer accepted, and No firearms use
Sunset Sarsaparilla posters
The first one shows a man in a red and white striped suit lifting a barbell with little effort while drinking Sunset Sarsaparilla. The text reads "Build Mass With SASS - Sunset Sarsaparilla".
Poseidon Energy Posters
The first one is very simple with a large Poseidon Energy logo in the center, the words "HELIOS One" as seen on the HELIOS One complex itself above the logo and the text "The Dawn Of A Golden Age" under the logo.
The second one has the text "Begin Your Odyssey With Us", and shows the Greek god Poseidon blowing into the sails of a Greek galley. These are obvious nods to the other uses of code names from Ancient Greek mythology such as Helios and Archimedes.
REPCONN Aerospace Posters
The posters issued by REPCONN Aerospace are all orientated toward its employees since REPCONN wasn't a company that built devices for commercial use. The posters all have to do with the heavy safety measures that are active in all REPCONN facilities to prevent corporate espionage. You can see that the posters are from REPCONN because they all have a small REPCONN Aerospace logo in one of the corners. They are misspelled however and read REPCON instead.
This poster shows the silhouette of a man wearing a raincoat with the collar up and a hat groping towards the files in a drawer of a filing cabinet.
This poster shows a man in a black suit wearing a tie with his hands up and a terrified look on his face while a sentry bot is closing up on him from behind. This poster is still a warning to all people trying to scavenge the REPCONN headquarters where the security system will activate hidden sentry bots if the player is not able to show the correct keycard for that floor to the facial recognition scanners.
REPCONN HQ Museum Posters
Advertisements for the guided tours of the REPCONN/RobCo exhibition at the REPCONN headquarters. Both feature a highly stereotypical and boxy red robot that bears no real similarity to the models of robots that RobCo manufactured.
This advertisement also lists the museum's operating hours, which are still maintained by security robots 200 years later. The player, like any pre-War attendee, may only tour the museum between 10:00 AM and 5:00 PM. The billboard also mentions a gift shop, a reference to the rocket souvenirs, with their radioactive contents.
Nellis Air Force Base
Sierra Madre Posters
Lucky 38 Posters
Ads for the Lucky 38 casino.
Ad for the Ultra Luxe casino.
Ad for the Atomic Wrangler casino.
Ad for the cosmic knife.
Pre-War entertainment posters
Ad for magician & entertainer Ali Din.
Advert for magician & entertainer Wilfred.
Ad for musician Joey Baxter.
Ad for singer & entertainer Dean Domino.
Hoover Dam posters
Ads for the Hoover Dam.
Powering and protecting our country's natural resources
Vault 11 electoral posters
Electoral posters in Vault 11 made to promote its election and political parties.
The original poster used for Nathan Stone's candidacy for Overseer.
Modified version targeting his wife, Katherine Stone.
Donna Haley is the victim here.
A plea to not vote for Henry Glover.