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Paris Does Not Exist

Unreal graphics here. Leave it to Polish illustrator Franciszek Starowieyski to consistently leave us speechless. Designed for the 1970 Polish first-release of the French film, "Paris Does Not Exist", Starowieyski made a point to emulate brilliance infused with endorphins of regality when he birthed this vintage gem into existence.

Directed by French director Robert Benayoun, "Paris Does Not Exist" follows the story of a painter who smokes some dope at a party and gains the ability to see the past, present and future. As his psychedelic hallucinations intensify, there is no telling what he will do or create next. Aside from having an incredibly intriguing name, the pairing of this graphic in line with its title is a powerful run of the imagination all its own.

Starowieyski effortlessly brings this plot line to life with this extraordinarily thought provoking piece. Mirroring that of a ram skull, Starowieyski leans on his surrealist repertoire to bring to life an image of a man cyclically reaping his own smoke, oh what must be running through his excitingly elicit mind!

Needless to say this ethereal semblance of self will frame beautifully. If one thing is for sure, it is that this glowing work of art won't last long before its claimed. 

Condition: Very Good. Poster has never been folded. Minor age toning in accordance with posters age. Very light border wear. Pleaser use zoom feature to get a better understanding of overall condition.

Year: c.1970 - 52 years old

Size: 22.75" x 33.0" (58cm x 84cm)


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