Monday, 12 July 2010

Crap poster artwork special - Part 1: Spain

Ok they're not video sleeves, but many video sleeve artwork came from posters and today I received two CD-Rs packed full of glorious and often highly dodgy posters from around the globe. So here we have part 1 in my dodgy poster special, kicking off with Spanish posters.

El rayo desintegrador - 1966 - IMDb

 I'll never be able to watch The Wizard of Oz again.
(Edit: Best comment ever re-this sleeve:
'El rayo desintegrador' - that's one happy robot and one buggered kid.)

 El Caminante - 1979 - IMDb

A complete load of arse.

Las aventuras de Enrique y Ana - 1981 - IMDb

 This is the campest thing I have ever seen in my life.

Animales racionales - 1983 - IMDb
aka: Human Animals

Tree hugging hippies!

El E.T.E. y el Oto - 1983 - IMDb

Plain weird.

Credits: Thanks to Cees for the disc. Sadly I am unable to locate the original owners of each poster and credit them personally. The contents of the discs were compiled from various online sources unknown to me.


  1. Some hilarioussly awful cover art right there, but I think El Caminante truly has wonderful artwork! Written without the slighest hint of irony... just shoot me! 2 Live Crew + Satan...

  2. A friend of mine has printed his own El Caminante T-shirt by the way... To be weared for those special idiotic, drunken occasions...

  3. Who would have guessed tin man was a kiddie fiddler... :(


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