With the latest installment in the Star Wars franchise, Episode VII – The Force Awakens, gearing up to hit theaters on December 18, 2015, we look back at some of the greatest poster art from the entire Star Wars series, starting with this Linen Backed 3 sheet from the original and first film released in 1977
|Size||41" x 81"|
The Empire Strikes Back
Known as the Gone With the Wind style, this International Style includes Roger Kastel's iconic artwork for this the second film released in the Star Wars franchise. The poster is Linen Backed.
|Size||27" x 41"|
Revenge of the Jedi
Working prints of the greatest musicians, film stars, cult heroes and cultural icons from only £69 framed (€99/$109).Working prints of the greatest musicians, film stars, cult heroes and cultural icons from only £69 framed (€99/$109).
|Style||One Sheet, Advance|
|Size||27" x 41"|
Magician, bird & hat
The end of World War II marked the beginning of a new period in the development of Polish poster art. Building sites throughout Poland were enclosed with wooden fences which were quickly covered with posters. These fences became the substitutes for the absent museums and galleries, and posters became the art of the street. During this time, at the Warsaw Academy of Fine Arts, poster design flourished. A new branch of art emerged – the Polish School of Posters. Magician, Bird & Hat by Stanislaw Miedza-Tomaszewski (1965) This Cyrk poster (aka Circus) is unique as it bears government censors’ signature/s.
|Genre||Circus, Cyrk & Magic|
|Genre 2||Polish School of Posters|
Queens Of The Stone Age Teragram Ballroom
First time that TAZ has created a poster for QOTSA and this 7 color silkscreen from the Teragram Ballroom show in Los Angeles on Friday, September 10, 2015 is TAZ at his finest. Only 50 posters of this edition are signed by TAZ