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This poster by Jerzy Flisak is distinguished, above all, by its unusual display of two fighting figures depicted in the form of a white pictograph placed against a brown background. Naturally, the image brings to mind an association with the writing system used by the Japanese — kanji signs, and due to this connection, the poster is imbued with a deeper meaning. The author uses both a subtle pattern and a metaphor, and skilfully combines the images with a story.

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This poster by Jerzy Flisak is distinguished, above all, by its unusual display of two fighting figures depicted in the form of a white pictograph placed against a brown background. Naturally, the image brings to mind an association with the writing system used by the Japanese — kanji signs, and due to this connection, the poster is imbued with a deeper meaning. The author uses both a subtle pattern and a metaphor, and skilfully combines the images with a story.
A film by Seiichiro Uchikawa, Judo Saga (1965), is a remake of a famous work of Akiro Kurosawa in 1943, it being an adaptation of a novel by Tsuneo Tomita, in which the author has presented a story of a young man who discovers the arcana of new martial arts. Famous mainly for the masterfully arranged scenes of duels, which, more than once, have become an example for other film-makers, and are kept in the viewers' memory. 

Elaborated by Wioletta Laskowska-Smoczyńska (The Manggha Centre of Japanese Art and Technology), editorial team of Małopolska’s Virtual Museums, © all rights reserved

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“Judo saga” — a poster by Jerzy Flisak

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