NY: Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, 1965.
When Conner was commissioned to design the poster for the 1965 New York Film Festival he created "Ten Second Film," a film that he intended to be a television commercial for the festival, and precede the screenings of the films at the festival. The poster prints every image from the film---a series of 10 strips of b&w count-down leader (each 24 frames long), making a very striking graphic homage to motion picture exhibition. Touch of trivial edge wear, couple of minute closed tears, else a fine, fresh copy of a poster notoriously prone to wear due to its size. A true Conner rarity, this is only the third copy we've handled in 30 years and by far the nicest (35" x 30").