This isn't a poster. Nor is it DVD or BluRay art. It's a getting the mood piece. Sometimes I find it useful to make non-specific stuff as I work to set a tone for the direction. This is one of those things for Bicycle Thieves.
Did you know The Mikado is among the first properties licensed for merchandising? That's something I learned doing research for the graphic design of the Criterion release. There were soaps, sewing threads, toothpastes, tobbaco --all kinds of things. Even the type ornaments I use throughout the package were Mikado branded.
This Saul Bass poster for Anatomy of a Murder is a version which didn't circulate as prominently as the rest. The insert features a depiction of the rape which takes place before the events of the film. That's Lee Remick's cropped face. And the figure acting the scene with her? None other than director, Otto Preminger.