Weekend pop art: Imaginative flat lay movie posters of classic films

(image (c) John Bolton)
(image (c) John Bolton)

 

If only all movie posters were this gloriously imaginative.

Manchester, England-based artist John Bolton has created the most wonderful posters of classic films like Amelie, The Royal Tennenbaums and Breakfast at Tiffany’s using objects he has faithfully made himself that evoke the spirit and style of these movies.

The result is some of the most beautiful movie posters I’ve ever seen and they suggest the essence of the film and why we love them so much far better than many actual posters I see.

They’re an absolute treat to behold and you should check them out at Bolton’s Etsy store.

 

(image (c) John Bolton)
(image (c) John Bolton)

 

(image (c) John Bolton)
(image (c) John Bolton)

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I am an extrovertive gay man living in Sydney who loves Indian food, current affairs, music, film and reading, caramel anything, and a beautiful guy called Steve who makes every day a delight. I am trying to get two novels in a trilogy ready for e-publication, love my iPhone & iPod, and am secretly Canadian in my soul. Life is fun, exciting and joyful and I aim to make the absolute most of it!

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