Movie Poster – Last Bad Mark, Stanislav Duda, 1980


Movie poster designed for Boris Nashchyokin’s adventurous children’s tale by Czech award winning animator, graphic designer and illustrator Stanislav Duda.

  • Movie title: Last Bad Mark
  • Poster design: Stanislav Duda, 1980
  • Poster size: A3 (37.9 x 27 cm)
  • Poster condition: Very nice

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Stanislav Duda’s illustrated poster for 80s Soviet children’s movie.

  • title: Last Bad Mark | Poslednyaya dvoyka | Poslední čtyřka | Soviet Union, 1978
  • director: Boris Nashchyokin
  • with: Sasha Ivachin, Evgeniy Gerasimov, Lyudmila Ivanova

poster designStanislav Duda, 1980

Poster is in A3 format (37.9 x 27 cm). Folded in the middle. Occasional slight crease on edges. Folds and several tiny pinholes in corners. Very nice condition.

Movie posters in our collection were promotional materials. Posters used on display in the cinemas across the former Czechoslovakia. They bear signs of their age.


Stanislav Duda‘s posters are full of humour, fascinating combination of colours and almost childish naivety. Phenomenal poster artist with incredibly long poster designing experience. You can read more about him in our poster blog.

Awarded posters:

  • 1964 – Honourable mention for Harold Lloyd in his best Comedies / International Film Festival, Karlovy Vary, Czech Republic
  • 1965 − 1st Prize for The Haunted Castle / Filmplakat Wien, Austria
  • 1984 – Silver Hugo for Dead Men Don’t Wear Plaid / Chicago Film Festival, USA


Discover other fascinating

80s movie posters made in Czechoslovakia.

Or explore beautiful collection of

children’s posters available in our poster archive.


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