L’Étoile – Focus 2
In 1943 Paris was at war, and Antoni Clavé, a spanish republican in exile was living off of the money earned from illustrations he’d created for Bibliophilia’s books : Lettres d’Espagne and Carmen by Mérimée, and as above Paris âges et visages, anthology of poems selected by G. Jean-Aubry…
El signo de la muerte – Focus 1
In 1934 at only 21 years old, Clavé was starting to earn a living from jobs in advertising, more specifically as a poster designer for cinemas in Barcelona. At the time, there were no “official” posters released in all the movie theatres in which the film would be shown. Clavé joined the “Cinaes” group, and produced new creations every week.