Win this Vintage French ‘Bally Kick’ Poster


For this week’s competition prize, I’m happy to be able to offer this beautiful vintage French fashion poster thanks to, who are one of the largest sellers of Vintage Poster art on the Web since 1997.

The poster, known as Bally “KICK”, measures 16 x 24 inches and is an original 1980s poster mounted on museum-quality archival linen-backing. The poster was designed by Bernard Villemot, one of the most important artists of the post WW2 era in France, for Bally Chassures for use in a French ad campaign.


Artist : Bernard Villemot
Year : 1980c
Size : 16 x 24 inches
Printing : offset lithography
Value: approx £120 Original poster mounted archival linen-backing museum quality.

How to enter:

For your chance to win this beautiful vintage poster, simply tell us which is your favourite poster from PosterClassics.comand let us know in the comment box below. I’ve added some of my favourites in the gallery below, but you can find lots more on their website. We’ll pick a winner after entries close on Thursday 26th April. The winner will be announced on this blog soon afterwards so don’t forget to check back or subscribe!

Competition rules:

    • Entries close at midnight GMT on Thursday 26th April 2012
    • We will contact the winner shortly afterwards and pass their details onto who will send out the prize directly.
    • There are no country restrictions, prize can be shipped worldwide.
    • We respect your privacy, we never give your personal data to anyone else and only contact you if you have won the competition.

This competition is also listed on: ThePrizeFinder – UK Competitions and Loquax Competitions

126 thoughts on “Win this Vintage French ‘Bally Kick’ Poster

  1. Lailli

    Wow, how did I not know about that poster site? I’ve been to Paris many times, and on one of my trips, i bought one of the most beautiful Art Nouveau posters which is pride of place in my flat. The vintage poster you are giving away is absolutely stunning <3 It was hard to choose my favourite poster from the site, but i'd say one of them is definitely this one:

    i love the simplicity of it, which is unusual for me as I usually love bright colours. Wow, I can see where my student loan is going to go… 😉 Thanks for posting this comp, it's great!

  2. Jane Davies

    My favorite is the Fodera Bembergi” Gruau – 1990;s 39 inches x 55 inches” ref #Gruau Bemberg ! Fierce ! xxx

  3. Roslyn Marshall

    I love the Art Nouveau Collection – especially the Scena Illustrata of The Indian Girl. I love the colours and the delicate detail. x

  4. bob clark

    Monaco 1977 – I attended the GP in the 70s and the atmosphere was just so special plus raw excitement and action.

  5. JoC

    “Monaco 1968” – encapsulates the spirit, colour and drama of F1 GP Monaco in one single moment. A classic motor racing pose of dueling drivers, the speed of the brushstrokes matching the intensity of the race, it reaches out and grabs the heart of all those who love the sport…truly iconic!

  6. Ruth Tesdale

    Monaco 1977 as it show the speed and style that is associated with this iconic event in the F1 calander

  7. Cassandra

    yay! Its so hard to choose but some of my favorites are this one that youre giving away (!), the chanel no. 5 by warhol, and the hommage a christian dior! Thank you!


    Morning, thanks for comp, great posters, #nice/alesi, is fab, reminds me of Nice in Miss Marples days, in the golden era

  9. emmaziff

    I’m pulled towards “Willi’s Wine Bar” – Hanabusa. I love the vulnerability of the woman and her beautiful female curves, something that we don’t see in it art and photography these days.

  10. siobhan

    “Scena Illustrata”
    Anichini – 1890’s
    ref #Scena Cov 1 -5b this one is my favourite its actually beautiful i also love my garden so this brings home to me

  11. exse

    Rouge Baiser Beret – – for me. Might be different choice if looking at them on walls around town, but on the web I find the simplicity of Beret very eye catching. The black beret draws me in as I wonder whether it really is black or is where someone has cut out part of the poster, and then the red lips looks like they could really be a lipstick kiss someone has planted on it. And then there is the message, that the woman could be any woman, and it is the lipstick that gets her noticed. Very imaginative.

  12. theresa

    i like the “Pozzii” poster of a baby taking a bath in a beday. Soo French and takes me back to being a child and taking a bath in a sink as a child.

    I have the perfect wall in my bathroom for one.

  13. Ruth Sophia Murray

    I like “Sunflowers or Reveil du Jour” because I like the cheeky expressin on the woman’s face. The colours are also beautiful and the sunflowers remind me of my Grannie ( she has painting of them) who I haven’t seen in a while!

  14. Tasmin medlyn

    “Cordial Campari”
    attrib Cappiello – 1930 – Vercasson
    55 x 78 inches
    ref #Cordial Campari Pierrot
    The way the painted shadows on his body give the appearance we are smaller/ underneath him. It gives him the power. He looks scary! But I’m into that!

  15. khushnud

    My favourite is PEINTURES LYONNAISES – it inspires me to take up painting – a childhood hobby – again!

  16. Sue Morgan

    It’s got to be the beatles
    “The Beatles” (Stern set pictured)”
    by Richard Avedon – ORIGINAL 1967 – PPP printers
    STERN Magazine posters, each image measures 19″ x 27″

  17. Becky Downey

    My pick of the BUNCH is:

    “Champagne Joseph Perrier”
    Stall – 1920-30
    47 inches x 63 inches
    ref #Stall Perrier

    It REIGNS where it pours, a real bestCELLAR, and in a GLASS of its own!

  18. Teresa Sheldon

    I lve them all but my favorite is bitter campari especially as I adore campari and love the poster colours, design its all fab


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