Movie Poster – Happy End, Milan Grygar, 1967

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Movie poster designed for hilarious Oldřich Lipský’s comedy that runs backwards by Slovak born audio-visual artist Milan Grygar.

  • Movie title: Happy End
  • Poster design: Milan Grygar, 1967
  • Poster size: A3 (41.9 x 29.5 cm)
  • Poster condition: Exc.

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Movie poster with wonderful collage by Milan Grygar.

poster design: Milan Grygar, 1967

Poster is in A3 format (41.9 x 29.5 cm). Unfolded. Gentle crease on edges. Little crack and few micro cracks on left edge. Tiny bit of top right corner missing. Slightly stained on edges. Soft spot in top part. Excellent condition (NOT PHOTOGRAPHED, PLEASE ASK IF YOU WISH TO SEE A PHOTO).

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.


Milan Grygar is Czechoslovak audiovisual artist, painter and musician. His main passion re-occurring throughout his life was the relationship between the drawing and the sound. Milan Grygar was very active graphic artist with over hundred movie posters and numerous number of book illustrations. Influenced by the post war neo Avant-garde tendencies and music, his movie poster designs are a pride of every collection.


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1 review for Movie Poster – Happy End, Milan Grygar, 1967

  1. sagaballero

    Delicious ! Thanks to the archivists for my special extra gift. Retro, funny, love this adorable bootie and color pigment. It sounds exactely like the “Happy End” title and an old postcard :)) I like how Grygar uses colors in many compositions.

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