Movie Poster – Khan Asparuh, Karel Vaca, 1982

£32.00

Movie poster designed by Karel Vaca for historic drama about the first Bulgarian Kingdom and its ruler Khan Asparuh.

  • Movie title: Khan Asparuh
  • Poster design: Karel Vaca, 1982
  • Poster size: A3 (41.1 x 28 cm)
  • Poster condition: Exc.

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Movie poster with arresting abstract design.

 

poster design: Karel Vaca, Czechoslovakia, 1982

Poster is in A3 format. Slight crease on edges and few tiny spots across top part. Excellent 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 Vaca‘s unique aesthetics and creative freedom made him one of the most influential Czech graphic designers. He studied at the Rotter’s school of Advertising Graphics and at the School of Applied Art in Prague. Karel Vaca’s extensive portfolio includes over 289 movie poster designs.

Award Winning Posters by Karel Vaca:

  • 1964 2nd Prize, Film Festival Karlovy Vary (Dolce Vita / Accused)
  • 1977 Special Prize, The Hollywood Reporter (The White Odyssey)
  • 1980 Grand Prix, IFF Chicago (National Class Cat. up to 785 ccm)
  • 1982 3rd Prize, The Hollywood Reporter (Don’t Call Me Major)
  • 1984 Silver Medal, IFF Chicago (Grand, You Get Nothing Now)
  • 1986 Diploma, Biennale Lahti
  • 1988 The Best Poster of the Year, Honourable Mention (The Great Film Robbery)

 

Discover other captivating

1980s movie posters designed in Czechoslovakia.

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