This Artist Creates Striking Photographic Posters Based On The Rooms And Props In Iconic Films – Design You Trust — Design Daily Since 2007

This Artist Creates Striking Photographic Posters Based On The Rooms And Props In Iconic Films

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Jordan Bolton is a talented photographic poster artist from Manchester, UK, who creates intricate posters based on the rooms and props in iconic films. Each poster in the series, simply titled “Objects”, features dozens of key objects from the plot lines.

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“The posters are a way of seeing the film without character or plot, just through the details,” Jordan says. “You get the minute detail that you don’t see when you first watch it.”

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