|Vintage Pulp||Feb 1 2011|
You already know from our previous posts on the subject that we’re big fans of Italian poster artist Sandro Symeoni, so today we have six more pieces from this prolific master. Above you see Un’idea per un delitto (aka Brainstorm), and below are Gli amanti del chiaro di luna, Nude… si muore (aka Naked You Die), Gli altri racconti di Canterbury (aka The Other Canterbury Tales), L’altra casa ai margini del bosco (Behind the Shutters), and La strage di Frankenstein (aka I Was a Teenage Frankenstein). See more Symeoni here and here.
|Musiquarium||Oct 19 2009|
Cover art from an assortment of sixties and seventies soundtracks and collections from Beat records, Italy. Note the Sandro Symeoni art in panel nine. If you missed our earlier post on this master's work, you can find it here.
|Vintage Pulp||Sep 13 2009|
Back in April we showed you a nice poster for the Italian sexploitation documentary Inghilterra nuda, and talked briefly about the proliferation of such films during the ’60s and ’70s. The promo art was painted by the legendary Sandro Symeoni, an Italian illustrator who has more than 3,000 posters and record sleeves to his credit. Below is a small collection of this master’s work for your Sunday enjoyment. If these pique your interest, a cursory search on the web will turn up many more pieces.
|Vintage Pulp||Apr 5 2009|
This Sandro Symeoni poster is a mighty fine piece of art for what is basically just a low budget documentary about the sexual mores of England. Back in the ’60s a lot of these types of films were produced after the success of the 1962 Italian shockumentary Mondo Cane. This one is Italian as well, directed by Vittotio de Sisti, and released under the name Inghilterra nuda in Italy, and L’Angleterre nue in France. It premiered in those countries today in 1969.