Movie Poster – Time to Live, Time to Love, Jan Meisner, 1978

£37.00

Very imaginative vintage poster designed by Jan Meisner for screenings of Veljo Käsper’s film in Czechoslovakia.

  • Movie title: Time to Live, Time to Love (Unofficial title)
  • Poster design: Jan Meisner, 1978
  • Movie poster size: A3 poster
  • Poster condition: Very nice

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Excellent movie poster designed by Jan Meisner.

title: Time to Live, Time to Love (Unofficial title) | Vremya zhit, vremjya lyubit | Čas žít, čas milovat | Soviet Union, 1977
director: Veljo Käsper
with: Ita Ever, Aarne Lukskiula, Heino Mandri

poster design: Jan Meisner, Czechoslovakia, 1978

Lovely poetic design created by Jan Meisner for a romantic movie Time to Live, Time to Love (Unofficial title) by Estonian director Veljo Käsper. Poster has been previously folded. Gentle crease on edges and pinholes in the corners. Very nice condition. Poster is in A3 format.

Jan Meisner is a Slovak artist, typographer, illustrator and graphic designer, living in Zlín, Czech Republic where he has been teaching (with a short break) at the Faculty of Multimedia Communications at the University of Thomas Bata since 1996. Jan Meisner studied at the at the School of Applied Arts, Prague (1960 – 1967) and became one of the most prominent Slovak movie poster designers, creating over 40 beautiful movie posters. Meisner’s free use of various art techniques such as collage, drawing, photograph helps to create a visual unity between the movie and the poster.

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