Movie Poster – Too Many Adventures, Mrázek, 1979

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Beautifully illustrated movie poster design for East German children’s tale by Mrázek.

  • Movie title: Too Many Adventures
  • Poster design: Mrázek, 1979
  • Poster size: A3 | A1
  • Poster condition: N/A | N/A

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Extraordinary movie poster designed for German children’s tale.

  • title: Too Many Adventures | Ein Sonntagskind, das manchmal spinnt | Príliš veľa dobrodružstiev | East Germany, 1978
  • director: Hans Kratzert
  • with: Yvonne Dießner, Robert Schusser, Ev Leppin

poster designer: Mrázek, Czechoslovakia, 1979

Children movie poster showing cute little girl being occupied with too many things on her mind. Beautifully illustrated poster by Mrázek for East German director Hans Kratzert. Too Many Adventures as Slovak translation of the title states. Poster looks little bit off print in some places. The fact is that once the poster was designed, further destiny of it was very uncertain. Not all the printing houses were bringing the best they could. They were all owned by the state and things went very clumsy sometimes, particularly from 70’s onwards. Printers as many others were missing motivation to produce. Still strong features of Mrázek’s illustration managed to preserve the beauty of the poster.

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