Hungarian pop art posters

Hungarian posters from inspired by the pop art movement. Artist lured to the West started to design posters showing the influende of pop art the 1960s.
Kemény György, 1968, Studio 58-68, exhibition poster influenced by the pop art movement.

Kemény György, 1968, Studio 58-68, exhibition poster influenced by the pop art movement.

1969, commercial poster of camping furniture with colorful stains. Sunbathing lady with thick sunglasses next to Lake Balaton.

1969, commercial poster of camping furniture with colorful stains. Sunbathing lady with thick sunglasses next to Lake Balaton.

1970, communist fashion from Aranypók retail chain. Colorful composition in a cartoonish style.

1970, communist fashion from Aranypók retail chain. Colorful composition in a cartoonish style.

1973 Czechoslovak film titled "Quite Good, Chaps" with charismatic tzpographie

1973 Czechoslovak film titled "Quite Good, Chaps" with charismatic tzpographie

Rejected poster design for the 1967 Hungarian adventure film Temporary Cloudines by Szilvássy Nándor.

Rejected poster design for the 1967 Hungarian adventure film Temporary Cloudines by Szilvássy Nándor.

Pop art meets communist propaganda on the drawing board.1969 Young revolutionaries' day - designer: Kálmánchey Zoltán.

Pop art meets communist propaganda on the drawing board.1969 Young revolutionaries' day - designer: Kálmánchey Zoltán.

1972 poster for the Czech film titled Quite Good, Chaps with strong contours.

1972 poster for the Czech film titled Quite Good, Chaps with strong contours.

Illés Hungarian beat band

Illés Hungarian beat band

Sophia Loren, Marcello Mastroianni ok Máté András' poster from 1967.

Sophia Loren, Marcello Mastroianni ok Máté András' poster from 1967.

The man who worth millions, Italian French film, 1968. Curved lines, strong colors.

The man who worth millions, Italian French film, 1968. Curved lines, strong colors.

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