Free shipping in the Netherlands on orders from € 75,- (more info).

Unique Letterpress Art work Lost in Translation


Gonzalo Sainz Sotomayor, designer from Spain and living in Amsterdam, did a letterpress workshop in the workshop on the Molukkenstraat.

Inspired by the many wooden letters, he collaborated on the GWA movie poster project and captured the feeling of the movie “Lost in Translation” in a beautifully crafted movie poster.

Gonzalo designed and printed this poster on the Asbern as a tribute to Sofia Coppola.

Availability: Only 2 left in stock

SKU/EAN: 2021800810413 Categories: , Tags: ,

Eye Filmmuseum

You buy from our partner Eye Filmmuseum. The seller is the first contact person for questions and return conditions after purchase. You can order and pay via

What you can expect:

  • Order and pay via
  • This product will be shipped by Eye Filmmuseum.
  • Legal guarantee via Eye Filmmuseum.
  • 30 days reflection period.

Client Services

You can also easily contact us if you buy from a partner. Ask your questions via the order in your account, the customer service page or view the seller's page.

Eye Filmmuseum


This poster is designed and printed by Gonzalo Sainz Sotomayor on the Asbern. It is printed in a limited edition of 50 numbered copies.
Dimensions: 50 x 70 cm.

Find more original (letterpress) film posters.

Eye Film Museum

Eye is sometimes called ‘the cinematic memory of the Netherlands’. And in all modesty, that title is no exaggeration.

The Dutch national museum for film, located on Amsterdam’s IJ harbour, manages more than 54.000 films from all genres. The collection represents an outstanding sample of film history, from classics and blockbusters to cult films. But Eye does not only focus on the past: it also closely follows the latest developments in film by organizing new acquisitions, programmes, and debates. The building is open every day for anyone who is interested in film and film culture. Visitors are welcome in four cinemas, an exhibition space, a floor dedicated to educational activities, a shop, and a bar-restaurant.

Eye is internationally acclaimed for its knowledge of and expertise in the field of film restoration, research, and education. The organization has 185 employees who do their very best to make everything you would want to know about film easily accessible. For young and old, for film enthusiasts and professionals, and from constantly changing perspectives, Eye focuses on film as an art form, as entertainment, and as part of digital visual culture.

Learn more about the museum and book your tickets.


Gonzalo Sainz Sotomayor


There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “Unique Letterpress Art work Lost in Translation”

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may also like…

Scroll to Top