Movie Poster – Hugs and Kisses, Milan Grygar, 1969

£136.00

60s movie poster for Swedish romantic comedy by Slovak audiovisual artist and graphic designer Milan Grygar.

  • Movie title: Hugs and Kisses
  • Poster design: Milan Grygar, 1969
  • Poster size: Large A1 (81.2 x 59.2 cm)
  • Poster condition: Nice

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Movie poster with playful simplicity by Milan Grygar.

  • title: Hugs and Kisses | Puss & Kram | Pac a pusu | Sweden, 1967
  • director: Jonas Cornell
  • with: Agneta Ekmanner, Sven-Bertil Taube, Lena Granhagen

 

poster designer: Milan Grygar, 1969

Poster is folded into quarters. Fairly creased and cracked with gentle stain in some parts on edges and folds. Two larger cracks in bottom fold. Several small holes in the middle. Bit of writing overleaping. Stain/dust at the back. Movie poster is in large A1 format (81.2 x 59.2 cm). Wonderful vintage survivor.

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.

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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 has been 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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Explore fantastic collection of

collage posters made in Czechoslovakia.

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60s movie posters in our online archive.

 

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