Tears Won’t Help Poster – 1985

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Destination: Krakow, Poland

Designed by the prolific poster designer, illustrator and classically-trained painter Wieslaw Walkuski, this surreal vintage poster depicts a 1985 Polish film translated as either “Tears Won’t Help” or ”It’s No Use Crying, Girl”. Directed by Stanislaw Lenartowicz, one of the founders of the Polish film school, the film tells the story of the writer and ex-showgirl Maria Ukniewska.


The 50s and 60s marked the Golden Age of Polish poster design. Under Communist rule the poster was the only allowed form of artistic expression and often the only colorful image one would see on the street. The o... Read More

Details and Dimensions

38" Height x 26" Width.

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