movieposteroftheday:

1983 Polish poster for SAINT JACK (Peter Bogdanovich, USA, 1979)
In honor of Ben Gazzara (1930-2012)
Artist: Jan Mlodozeniec (1929-2000)
Poster source: Heritage Auctions
movieposteroftheday:

1962 German poster for SEVEN SAMURAI (Akira Kurosawa, Japan, 1954)
Designer: Hans Hillmann (b. 1925)
Poster source: Heritage Auctions
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Black Power - White Power.
Poster by Tomi Ungerer, 1967.
The Art of Protest, Posters 1965 - 1975. Edited by Steef Davidson, in collaboration with Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, published by In de Knipscheer (1981). Graphic design by Josje Pollmann.
“When people are making history, when the writing is on the wall, posters are the medium to popularize change. A process of consciousness development freeze-framed in these images will be conveyed to the viewer.”
See more pages from the book here.
Posters by Atelier Polulaire, 1968.
Pages from The Art of Protest, Posters 1965 - 1975. Edited by Steef Davidson, in collaboration with Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, published by In de Knipscheer (1981). Graphic design by Josje Pollmann.
See more pages from the book here.
J’Accuse. ‘33-‘45: over verzet toen en nu: de idealen.Poster by Opland, 1985.
Found here.
Goden en Mensen.Poster by Dick Elffers, 1976.
Found here.
IAAF Mobil Grand Prix.Poster by Chermayeff & Geismar Associates, New York, 1987.
Found at AIGA Design Archives.
The Taming of the Shrew.Polish theater poster by Tomasz Boguslawski.
Found here.
Foot Nose.
Poster by Chermayeff & Geismar Associates, New York.Found here.
International Style Station. Poster by HelloYellowStudio.
Amsterdam Fashion Week is around the corner. As part of the down-town program, International Style Station presents a colorful collection of fashion, textile, jewelry and design by an international cast of designers.
Grand opening on Friday 27th Jan. 17.00 at Tolstraat 137, Amsterdam.Go take a look!
Invisible City.Poster by Chermayeff & Geismar Associates, New York,  1972.
Found at AIGA Design Archives.
Fuji Photo Contest, 1955.Poster by Yasuka Kamekura.
Found at Pink Tentacle.
Think. Poster by George Nelson (1964).
Found here.