Movie Poster – Two Years Vacation, Stanislav Duda, 1976

£32.00

Kids poster illustrated for film adaptation of Jules Verne’s adventurous children story by Stanislav Duda.

  • Movie title: Two Years Vacation
  • Poster design: Stanislav Duda, 1976
  • Poster size: A3 poster
  • Poster condition: Excellent

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Beautiful poster for children’s movie adaptation.

title: Two Years Vacation | Deux ans de vacances | Dva roky prázdnin | France, Romania, 1974
director: Gilles Grangier
with: Franz Seidenschwan, Marc Di Napoli, Dominique Planchot
writer: Jules Verne (book)

 

poster design: Stanislav Duda, Czechoslovakia, 1976

Stanislav Duda’s kids movie poster designed for Gilles Grangier film based on Jules Verne’s children story Two Years Vacation. Poster not folded with tiny spot in the top right area. Fantastic condition. Poster is in A3 format.

Stanislav Duda’s posters are full of humour, fascinating combination of colours and almost childish naivety. Fantastic poster artist with incredibly long poster designing experience. You can read more about this phenomenal artist in our poster blog.

Awarded posters:

  • 1964 – Honourable mention for Harold Lloyd in his best Comedies movie poster. International Film Festival, Karlovy Vary, Czech Republic
  • 1965 − 1st Prize for The Haunted Castle / Strašidla ze Spessartu movie poster. Filmplakat Wien, Austria
  • 1984 – Silver Hugo for Dead Men Don’t Wear Plaid movie poster. Chicago Film Festival, USA

 

Please discover other beautiful

kids movie posters designed in Czechoslovakia.

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posters designed for French movies available in our poster shop.

 

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