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Guy Arnoux, Les vampires poster of Musidora as Irma Vep, 1915

Poster for the French stage & film actress Musidora (Jeanne Roques, illustrated by French graphic designer & artist Guy Arnoux source: Wikipedia. via Décalage

#0004 – Os Vampiros (1915) - Um dos filmes que representam o começo da existência do cinema em sua forma comercial. Trata-se de uma série de 10 episódios que contam a estória de uma gangue de ladrões e assassinos que provocam o caos em Paris.

Directed by Louis Feuillade. With Musidora, Édouard Mathé, Marcel Lévesque, Jean Aymé. An intrepid reporter and his loyal friend battle a bizarre secret society of criminals known as The Vampires.

Jeanne Roques (1889 – 1957), better known by her stage name Musidora, was a French actress, film director and writer. She is best known for her acting in silent films, and rose to public attention for roles in the Louis Feuillade serials Les Vampires as Irma Vep and in Judex as Marie Verdier. Her vamp persona has been compared with that of Theda Bara.

Musidora as Irma Vep in "Les Vampires" a French silent film serial.

Kagoshima, Japan (my father's roots)

mid-century travel poster to Japan, Shigeo Fukuda Illustration Tall Tree, Romania Vintage travel posters

vintage beauty - love the headdress

french actress ⋒ jeanne roques aka musidora (paris † paris film director and writer. acting in silent films, she gained popularity as irma vep' (an anagram of the word vampire) in the louis feuillade serial " les vampires" vintage portrait

Poster for 1915-16 horror series Les Vampires.

Poster for 1915-16 horror series Les Vampires.

The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (2014 restoration) - Kino Lorber Home Video

The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari - The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari) is a silent film that was made in Germany, in and is often believed to be the first ever horror film. The story is told in flashback by a young man named F


Contemporary Japanese posters

colourful Japanese poster featuring embellished render of grimacing Japanese man in head scarf Graphic design posters by contemporary Japanese artists, hosted by Takushoku University Arts Library

A poster for the 1920's movie Metropolis. Showcasing the best in early graphic design, a real contrast to today's photographic image-based work.

Taking my design cues from Metropolis - Fritz Lang (the original poster by Heinz Schulz-Neudamm)