30 Incredible Polish Movie Posters Better Than The Originals
Abstract, surreal and occasionally insane, these remarkable movie posters were produced by artists in Poland behind the Iron Curtain during 1960s, 70s and 80s.
Smokey and the Bandit (Universal, 1979) by Maciej Zbikowski.
The Terminator (Orion, 1987) by Jakub Erol
Short Circuit 2 (Tri-Star, 1989) by Jakub Erol
Working Girl (20th Century Fox, 1990) by Andrzej Pagowski
The Empire Strikes Back (20th Century Fox, 1982) by Jakub Erol
Capricorn One (ZRF, 1978) by unknown artist
1941 (Universal, 1982) by Jan Mlodozeniec
2001: A Space Odyssey (MGM, 1973) by Wiktor Gorka
Innerspace (Warner Brothers, 1987) by unknown artist
Godzilla vs. Gigan (Toho, 1977) by Socha
Help! (United Artists, 1967) by Eryk Lipinski
Angel Heart (Tri-Star, 1988) by Grzegorz Marszalek
Gremlins (Warner Brothers, 1985) by Jan Mlodozeniec
The Blues Brothers (Universal, 1983) by unknown artist
The Conversation (Paramount, 1975) by Jerzy Flisak
Wall Street (20th Century Fox, 1987) by Andrzej Pagowski
The NeverEnding Story (Warner Brothers, 1984) by Wiktor Sadowski
Chinatown (Paramount, 1976) by Andrzej Klimowski
Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan (Warner Brothers, 1983) by Witold Swierzy
Tootsie (Columbia, 1982) by unknown artist
Raiders of the Lost Ark (Paramount, 1983) by Grzegorz Marszalek
Howard the Duck (Universal, 1987) by Jakub Erol
The Birds (Universal, 1963) by Zelek
Apocalypse Now (United Artists, 1981) by Waldemar Swierzy
The Omen (20th Century Fox, 1977) by Andrej Klimowski
Planet of the Apes (CWF, 1969) by Eryk Lipinski
The Fly (20th Century Fox, 1986) by unknown artist
Rosemary's Baby (Paramount, 1984) by Andrzej Pagowski
Alien (20th Century Fox, 1980) by Jakub Erol
Return of the Jedi (20th Century Fox/Polfilm, 1983) by Witold Dybowski
All images: Heritage Auctions
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