In his lifetime, Morvan created more than five hundred posters—humorously simple, cheerfully colorful prints advertising nightclubs, cigarettes, pasta, Perrier. He made movie posters for the likes of “The Count of Monte Cristo,” “The Grand Illusion,” “Gigi,” and “The Bicycle Thief.”

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via The New Yorker

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