1969, commercial poster of camping furniture with colorful stains. Sunbathing lady with thick sunglasses next to Lake Balaton.
Kemény György, 1968, Studio 58-68, exhibition poster influenced by the pop art movement.
Torture Me But Kill Me with Kisses (1968) poster by Bakos István. Flowing whiplash lines evoke art nouveau.
The World's Gold (Nel Sole) 1969 poster by Darvas Árpád. The design shows influence of pop art and celebrates the consumer culture of the 60s. The rags to riches story of the film was of course far from the realities of Hungary of those times.
Hungarian poster of the French film: Perched on a Tree (1971) - "Sur un arbre perché" (original title). The poster is uses blue - yellow contrast and characteristic typography. Artist: M. G. Judit.
1970, communist fashion from Aranypók retail chain. Colorful composition in a cartoonish style.
Illés Hungarian beat band
Selva trágica poster by Pecsenke József (1968). Split screen effect with undulating lines.
The bridge (1969) poster by Dede Ernő. Large monochrome orange background is spilt by the sharp contours of the bridge. In the foreground the shadows of the partisans.
Commercial poster for the Orient coffee by Bakos Istvàn, 1969. Composition with vibrating neon colors took inspiration form the American psychedelic poster art.