Original Polish poster designed by Wieslaw Walkuski for Ryszard Rydzewski’s Alabama, 1984
Original Polish theatre poster designed by Jerzy Czerniawski for Luigi Pirandello’s Six Characters Looking For an Author / Szesc postaci szuka autora, 2007
Polish poster for Rosemary’s Baby (Roman Polanski, 1968) designed by Andrzej Pagowski, 1984
Original Polish poster for German distribution of Repulsion (Roman Polanski, 1965) designed by Jan Lenica, 1968
Original Polish poster for The Bloodstained Butterfly / Una Farfalla con le ali insanguinate (Duccio Tessari, 1971) designed by Franciszek Starowieyski, 1974
Original Polish theatrical poster for Rozewicz’s Biale Malzenstwo (The White Marriage) designed by Wieslaw Walkuski, 2002
Polish poster for Katharine Ross’ The Legacy (1978)
Original Polish movie poster for Trzy kroki od milosci / Three Steps From Love (Ryszard Rydzewski, 1988) designed by Wieslaw Walkuski, 1987
Polish poster for Picnic at Hanging Rock (Peter Weir, 1975) designed by Wiktor Sadowski, 1992
Original Polish poster for Confessions / Spowiedz dzieciecia wieku (Marek Nowicki, 1986), designed by Wiktor Sadowski, 1985
Original Polish poster for Institute Benjamenta (Quay Brothers, 1995) designed by Andrzej Klimowski, 1997
I’m now allowed any more Polish posters today. I had to forcibly stop myself from spending several hours here (which is incidentally awesome and highly recommended) in the name of what I’m told is petty bourgeois productivity.
Original Polish poster for The Big Sleep (Michael Winner, 1978), designed by Marek Ploza-Dolinski, 1979
Original Polish movie poster for Tears Won’t Help / Szkoda twoich lez (Stanislaw Lenartowicz, 1985) designed by Wieslaw Walkuski, 1984
Poster for Alfred Hitchcock’s “Vertigo” by Roman Cieslewicz, 1963.
Polish born illustrator Roman Cieslewicz lived in Paris since 1963 and worked as art director for Elle magazine. Together with Arrabal, Jodorowsky and Topor he formed “Mouvement panique” (Panic movement) in 1962.