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Movie poster – Romaneto, Karel Teissig, 1980

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£52.00 £26.00

Original movie poster designed by Karel Teissig. Made in Czechoslovakia.

  • Movie title: Romaneto
  • Poster design: Karel Teissig, 1980
  • Poster size: A3
  • Poster condition: Very nice

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Excellent 80s movie poster designed by Karel Teissig.

 

poster designerKarel Teissig, 1980

Poster is made of beautifully composed subtle purple and pink tones accompanied by large black parts in the shape of a man with a hat with and a burning soul. Poster is in A3 format. Slight folds in corners. Printing lines in top part. Crease and several small cracks on edges. Very good condition.

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.

Karel Teissig was a Czech painter, illustrator and graphic / poster designer. He studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Prague (1945-50) at the Académie Royale des Beaux-Arts in Brussels (1948) and since early 60s became one of the most important figures of Czechoslovak poster design along with Karel Vaca and Zdeněk Ziegler. His imaginative posters are inspired by anything from collage / surreal art to illustration or photography and are undeniable among the best movie posters of the era. In 1961 his unique style won him a second prize for a poster titled The Possessors in the Toulouse-Lautrec Prize international film poster competition in Paris.

 

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1 review for Movie poster – Romaneto, Karel Teissig, 1980

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    sagaballero (verified owner)

    I chose it exactly because of the description: soft purple, mysterious hat, intriguing burning figure… It makes me think of an opera. As often happens, aesthetic design choices are self-explanatory. It works immediately (or not) and you know implicitly why. In that case, it was irresistible colors, the moon, a dark and sort of “tragic-comic” character in the front.

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