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Akira Kurosawa's I Live in Fear 1955 Japanese Wooden Poster

Akira Kurosawa's I Live in Fear 1955 Japanese Wooden Poster

I Live In Fear is a Japanese film written and directed by Akira Kurosawa. Filmed over six weeks in 1955 and released between Seven Samurai and Throne of Blood on November 22 1955. "I live in Fear" is possibly the worst known of Kurosawa’s works from the 1950s. Reasons for the film’s relative obscurity have arguably more to do with its subject matter than quality.

This is a double Japanese poster of the film, baked on sturdy, durable wood. It comes ready to hang and is guaranteed to stand out wherever you decide to place it. 

*The poster comes in 2 different pieces, so you can get creative while placing them.

**Each sign is handcrafted individually, so keep in mind that the final result may vary slightly.

To be technical...

  • Size: 29x72cm (29 x 36cm x 2)
  • Thickness: 7mm
  • Material: Recycled Wood (MDF)

Length 72cm (36cm x2)
Width 29cm
Dimensions (Large)
Thickness 12mm

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  • Sold: 6657
  • Product Code: JPN011
  • Availability: In Stock
  • 90.00€

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Fast and Safe Delivery

Estimated delivery is 4-5 days in Europe and 10-12 days for the rest of the World.

Individually Handcrafted

This poster will be handcrafted in our Athens workshop just for you!

Tags: poster, double, kurosawa, japanese, horror. 50s, black, weird, man, face, vaporwave, fiction, glasses, typography, wall art