Jacques Tati – Trafic poster art comparision


A very nice and rare poster art printed by Lalande-Courbet for the film “Trafic” (1971) directed by Jacques Tati. I’m still waiting for a blu-ray release of this film and of course “Playtime” (1967) in 70 mm.


Actually the same art in cyan but with cars. I prefer the first one.


This is the title logo which appears in the beginning of the film. The dot of the “i” is squared.


The italian cover is an adaption from the french logo design.


This is the american film poster. The logo in the traffic sign is similar but has now two f (traffic) and comes in bright colors.


The Belgian film poster looks totally different and hasn’t got the logo.


The german poster, in my opinion the worst of all.

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7 Responses to “Jacques Tati – Trafic poster art comparision”

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  4. nurmalasari Says:

    it’s cool…

    very interesting…

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  6. Laura Says:

    Adoro tu post es realmente hermoso. Nice work!!!

  7. Snaporaz Says:

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