Weekend pop art: Famous movie clothing in itsy-bitsy window displays

The Royal Tenenbaums (artwork (c) Jordan Bolton Design)


It has long been said, in one form or another, that “clothes maketh the man (or woman)”.

What is not as commonly remarked, but is no less true, is that clothes, or in this case, costumes, maketh the movie.

One person who recognises that to the very core of his artistic bone is Manchester-based artist Jordan Boltonhis work has been featured on the blog before – who has recreated the clothes from a slew of memorable movies and put them on display for our viewing pleasure in teeny-tiny, itsy-bitsy shop windows.

The result are beautifully intricate posters that give you a whole new appreciation for the costuming artistry in films like Amélie, The Royal Tenenbaums and Breakfast at Tiffany’s.

You can check out more of this talented artists’s pop-culture inspired work on Tumblr and Instagram and even buy them at his Etsy store.

Time to dress up your home with some wholly original movie artwork!

(source: Laughing Squid)





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