Movie Poster – The House in the Park, Zdeněk Vlach, 1984


Movie poster designed for Aribert Weis’ drama by Czech award winning graphic designer and illustrator Zdeněk Vlach.

  • Movie title: The House in the Park
  • Poster design: Zdeněk Vlach, 1984
  • Poster size: A3 (40.9 x 29 cm)
  • Poster condition: Very nice

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Zdeněk Vlach’s minimalist poster design for 80s West German social drama.

  • title: The House in the Park (unofficial) | Das Haus im Park | Dům v Parku | West Germany, 1981
  • director: Aribert Weis
  • with: Klaus Herm, Hans Hessling, Renate Heuser

poster designer: Zdeněk Vlach, 1984

Poster is in A3 format (40.9 x 29 cm). Folded and bit creased across the middle. Occasional slight crease, few soft spots and several micro cracks on edges. Folds in corners. Very nice condition (NOT PHOTOGRAPHED, PLEASE ASK IF YOU WISH TO SEE A PHOTO).

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.


Zdeněk Vlach is renown Czech poster designer and book illustrator. He finished two years at the Academy of Fine Art in Prague and exhibited his work since 1960s. He has created over two hundreds movie posters during his career. Zdeněk Vlach received poster award from The Hollywood Reporter Magazine for Men’s Summer in 1977 and also Gold Medal for his movie poster Agony: The Life and Death of Rasputin from International Film Festival Chicago in 1982.


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