This is an original Japanese poster printed in 1975, the poster is designed by the acclaimed Seiichi Hayashi.
Born in 1945. Born in Manchuria (currently northeastern China). Illustrator, manga artist, animation writer. In 1987, joined the animation production company Toei Animation as an animator. In 1967, he made his debut as a manga artist by publishing his work in the manga magazine "Garo" (Seirindo). Started serializing the manga "Red Elegy" in 1970. The following year, the single song "Red Elegy" by singer Morio Agata, whose motif was the same work, became a hit and became a work that symbolized the customs of that era. Since 1974, he has been in charge of CM art direction for Lotte's candy "Koume", and won the 1976 Venice International Advertising Film Festival Bronze Award, Clio Film Festival Special Award, Dentsu Award and other CF film festivals both inside and outside Japan. Held the "Seiichi Hayashi's World" exhibition in 1978 and won the Sanrio Art Award. In 1984, he received the Bologna Children's Book Exhibition Elba Special Award for his picture book "Neko no Shashinkan". After that, many exhibitions were held. In 1990, became an international selection committee member at the 3rd Hiroshima International Animation Festival. In 2004, he produced a CF for the 30th anniversary of Lotte "Koume". He is a versatile artist, a painter, a live-action film director, and an animation writer.
Seiichi Hayashi, a Japanese illustrator who is famous for the cover illustrations of Lotte's candy "Koume series" and still produces followers such as Yusuke Nakamura.
This poster is in a very good condition. Please refer to the imagery as this is the exact poster that is for sale.
It is over 46 years old!
It is not a reproduction or a reprint.
Certificate of Authenticity included.