cover for bengali magazine 'ekshan' with design and calligraphy by film director satyajit ray

pretty cover for bengali magazine 'ekshan' with design and calligraphy by film director satyajit ray

A special Satyajit Ray season is running for two months at the BFI on London's Southbank, and will be accompanied by exhibition of his film posters.

A special Satyajit Ray season is running for two months at the BFI on London's Southbank, and will be accompanied by exhibition of his film posters.

Eksan (Now), a literary magazine edited by Soumitra Chatterjee and cover design by Satyajit Ray

Eksan (Now), a literary magazine edited by Soumitra Chatterjee and cover design by Satyajit Ray baghabayen

Ganashatru (The Enemy of the People), 1989: In the poster for Satyajit Ray's penultimate film, the fingers pointing at the doctor protagonist symbolize the crowds of people and big businesses denouncing the character as a heretic after he discovers that the "holy water" of the temple is, in fact, polluted and killing local people. Based on an Ibsen play of the same name, the film had to be shot in studios due to the director’s deteriorating health.

Satyajit Ray's film posters – in pictures

Ganashatru (The Enemy of the People), 1989: In the poster for Satyajit Ray's penultimate film, the fingers pointing at the doctor protagonist symbolize the crowds of people and big businesses denouncing the character as a heretic after he discovers that the "holy water" of the temple is, in fact, polluted and killing local people. Based on an Ibsen play of the same name, the film had to be shot in studios due to the director’s deteriorating health.


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