Poster Designs / Sixties – Jaromír Bradáč. The Story of Film Posters.

Film posters in history. Sixties poster designs.

Poster Designer / Jaromír Bradáč

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Pasha, original film poster, poster art
Pasha, Jaromír Bradáč, 1969.


   Movie poster shown on the picture above has been seen previously in one of our articles on History of Poster Design in Czechoslovakia. It did not stop us from refreshing the memory as we are strongly effected by its expressiveness. Jean Gabin‘s common impression for every French born was broken into uncertainty. Divided into parallel fields as in the rhythm similar to main theme of that phenomenal soundtrack composed by Serge Gainsbourg. Music moves on as we can see even on the letters, one can hear the most peculiar sounds.

Mysterious poster for Georges Lautner‘s film is hiding one extra mystery and that is the poster designer himself. Jaromír Bradáč remains the one, or at least for now. You can count number of his film posters on your left hand and that’s about everything we could track on this fantastic graphic designer. Hopefully the future will show some more light about him, as we believe five film posters is not everything he did.


Film poster, 1960s poster design
A Study About Women, film poster by Jaromír Bradáč, 1968.


Note: article is part of  Film posters / Made in Czechoslovakia. The story of film posters.

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