Polish poster for I LOVE YOU, LIFE (Mikhail Yershov, USSR, 1960)
Designer: Stanislaw Zagorski (b. 1933) [see also]
Poster source: CinemaPoster.com
“Timofej Korneev is a fresh member of the Communist Party. He works as an engineer for Leningrad candy factory. Since most of its colleagues are young girls he soon finds himself in a love triangle. Moreover, there’s a third girl trapped by a scheming Jehovah Witnesses sect. Will Timofej be able to stop the brainwashing?” –IMDb
Portion of an unused page from FANTASTIC FOUR #52 by Jack Kirby
Photo: Robert Capa
On the set “Arc de Triomphe” 1947
Ingrid Bergman and Charles Boyer
Scandale, Paris, 1947
Joseph Magnin Stores, designed by Deborah Sussman in collaboration with Frank Gehry, 1968-69.
Deborah Sussman Loves Los Angeles is a retrospective exhibit at WUHO chronicling the early work of designer Deborah Sussman, famous for her work on the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles. The exhibit ran through January 16th, 2014.
She spoke at the event which was organized by Design East of La Brea (deLaB).