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  • Bunny Lake Is Missing

    Circa 1985 print run for Otto Preminger's 1965 psychological drama. For more information about Silkscreens click here

    This is a haunting film about the disappearance of a child. A cinematic essay about what things seem to be, yet are not. It plays with the idea of appearances and disappearance. The tension inĀ the film centers around a young woman who reports her child missing, and yet, when questioned, finds herself unable to provide any proof of her existence. The mystery remains and theĀ audience is held inĀ suspense as the story unfolds. Bass' poster alludes to this seeming contradiction through the image of a child torn out of paper. Like the missing piece of a jigsaw puzzle, theĀ design cleverly suggests both theĀ child's presence and absence. Disappearance is also echoed in the fading capital letters of the word 'missing', as they shift from solid black to gray and almostĀ fading away completely.
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