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Nick Barclay Minimal Movie Prints

Slapping the theatrical release poster for your favorite film on your wall has a certain juvenile feel. It looks like it should be supported by thumbtacks or that blue sticky Play-Doh stuff. To still display your love of Pulp Fiction or Trainspotting without looking like a teen, consider these abstract prints from ... continue reading
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Classic Metal Albums Reimagined As 50’s Jazz Records

The Internet is filled with people doing modern, minimalist, retro or all together out there takes on iconic imagery. Brazilian artist Rafael Melandi isn't the first person to make heavy metal records from the likes of Metallica, Megadeth, Black Sabbath, Slayer and Judas Priest his focus, but his redesign of each of ... continue reading
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8 Bit Pop Culture Art Prints

New York based artist Adam Lister sees things a little bit differently when it comes to the art he creates. He creates each of his pieces uses an 8 bit retro style and a diverse collection of iconic imagery that you're probably already familiar with. When we say diverse, we mean seriously diverse. Want that iconic ... continue reading
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One Letter Off Movies

With all the posts and responses tossed up on Reddit on a daily basis, there are bound to be more than a few typos. Illustrator Austin Light took some of the movie title typos he found and made a month-long series of drawings based on what those one letter off movies would look like. We'd buy tickets to Obocop. (via)
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Animated Album Covers

There might have been a time when you looked at a Pink Floyd album cover and saw it move because of something you inhaled or ingested, but these album covers do so without any drugs necessary. Take a look at some of JB's work, and click-through to his Tumblr to see the rest.