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Olga Kaljakin

Olga Kaljakin
Born (1950-11-08)November 8, 1950
Died October 6, 2008(2008-10-06) (aged 57)
Nationality American
Occupation Art director, Graphic designer, Film poster artist

Olga Kaljakin (November 8, 1950 – October 6, 2008) was an American art director, graphic designer and film poster artist.[1]

Biography

Kaljakin began her career in advertising by joining Petersen Publishing.[1] She later became a graphic designer and art director for Seininger Advertising, Aspect Ratio and Crew Creative.[1] During her career, Kaljakin received numerous awards and honors for her work, much of which focused on motion picture advertising, especially for films.[1]

Kaljakin designed and created film posters over the course of twenty-five years.[1] She personally designed and created the film posters for The Last Samurai, Field of Dreams, Moonstruck, The Untouchables, and numerous other films and movies.[1]

Olga Kaljakin died of emphysema on October 6, 2008, at the age of 57.[1] Her memorial service and burial was held at Hollywood Forever Cemetery. Kaljakin was survived by her children, Tania Kaljakin Hernandez and Alexander Aquino Kaljakin, and her mother, Maria Kaljakin.[1]

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