casualoptimist
movieposteroftheday:

1967 Czech poster for MY FAIR LADY (George Cukor, USA, 1964)
Designer: Zdeněk Kaplan (b. 1940) [see also]
Poster source: Orson & Welles
While Bob Peak’s US one sheet for My Fair Lady is going for upwards of £700 at Christie’s, you can snap up this much hipper Czech original for a quarter of the price at the new British poster store Orson & Welles.

movieposteroftheday:

1967 Czech poster for MY FAIR LADY (George Cukor, USA, 1964)

Designer: Zdeněk Kaplan (b. 1940) [see also]

Poster source: Orson & Welles

While Bob Peak’s US one sheet for My Fair Lady is going for upwards of £700 at Christie’s, you can snap up this much hipper Czech original for a quarter of the price at the new British poster store Orson & Welles.

breakdownpress
breakdownpress:

Breakdown Press are very excited to announce that we’ll be working with manga expert and academic Ryan Holmberg on a series of translations of classic and avant garde Japanese comics.
The first in the series is Flowering Harbour by the great Seiichi Hayashi. One of Hayashi’s early contributions to the alternative manga magazine Garo, Flowering Harbour is a love story filtered through the aesthetics of enka music, known informally as “Japanese blues”. Our edition is the first time the comic has been translated into English and includes a new introduction by Hayashi.
We’ll be launching the book at the Japan Foundation on July 1st, where Holmberg will be interviewing Hayashi about his life and work, then we’ll be celebrating the release with a listening party at Gosh! London on July 2nd, again with Hayashi and Holmberg in attendance. The book will then be available at our online store and all good comic book shops shortly after!

breakdownpress:

Breakdown Press are very excited to announce that we’ll be working with manga expert and academic Ryan Holmberg on a series of translations of classic and avant garde Japanese comics.

The first in the series is Flowering Harbour by the great Seiichi Hayashi. One of Hayashi’s early contributions to the alternative manga magazine Garo, Flowering Harbour is a love story filtered through the aesthetics of enka music, known informally as “Japanese blues”. Our edition is the first time the comic has been translated into English and includes a new introduction by Hayashi.

We’ll be launching the book at the Japan Foundation on July 1st, where Holmberg will be interviewing Hayashi about his life and work, then we’ll be celebrating the release with a listening party at Gosh! London on July 2nd, again with Hayashi and Holmberg in attendance. The book will then be available at our online store and all good comic book shops shortly after!