Movie Poster – Place for One, Milan Grygar, 1967

£95.00

Wonderful minimalist poster with excellent movie still blended together with great typography and a bit of a musical touch by Milan Grygar.

  • Movie title: Place for one
  • Poster design: Milan Grygar, 1967
  • Movie poster size: A3 (40.1 x 27.9 cm)
  • Poster condition: Exc.

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Excellent romantic movie poster design by Milan Grygar.

  • title: Place for One | Miejsce dla jednego | Místo pro jednoho | Poland, 1966
  • director: Witold Lesiewicz
  • with: Bogdan Baer, Henryk Bak, Adolf Chronicki

poster design: Milan Grygar, 1967

Movie poster in A3 size. Poster was previously folded vertically and horizontally. Tiny crack on the edge and gentle fold in bottom corner. Slight crease and fold visible in bottom left corner. Excellent vintage print.

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

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Take a look at other fantastic

minimalist posters designed in Czechoslovakia.

Or discover interesting collection of poster designs made for

Polish cinema in our movie poster shop.

 

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