“Turns out the crumbling of crusty upper class Britain was engineered by a bunch of long haired art hooligans who made dreary old London swing with a rainbow of colours. And who better to flashback to the mid-sixties than Michael Caine ?”
Released in 2017 this original country of origin UK quad for David Batty’s Swinging Sixties documentary “My Generation” is very hard poster to find and because of the imagery very collectible. Designed by TEA – The Entertainment Agency it features a series of eight black & white portrait photographs of Michael Caine taken by the decade’s most famous photographer, David Bailey. Being originally rolled (as issued) it displays & presents to excellent effect. As stylish and cool a poster as they come and a truly outstanding looking piece of ‘modern’ film movie memorabilia. More of a history lesson than a film.
UK Quad (30" x 40") Double Sided
UK / British
Near mint minus; originally rolled (as issued)
Joan Collins, Michael Caine, Roger Daltrey, Terence Stamp, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Twiggy
Out of stock