This Guy Photoshops Himself Into Movie Posters And The Results Are Hilarious – Design You Trust

This Guy Photoshops Himself Into Movie Posters And The Results Are Hilarious

The legendary comedian Milton Bearle once said, “if opportunity doesn’t knock, build a door.” Well, that’s exactly what Chicago performer Guy Madjar did this Oscar season. Instead of seeing another year go by where he had to suffer the indignity of not being acknowledged by the Academy, he took matters into his own hands and photoshopped his image into each of the nominated films.

More info: Twitter (h/t: mashable, diply)

“The positive response was so overwhelming and I saw how much it was brightening up people’s day, and how much people thought I looked like Josh Gad, and I just knew I wanted to do more,” Madjar said. “I currently have my next poster set in the works with the theme being ‘Movie Classics.’ I’m going to work to make these look even more real and again hopefully add a new twist to classic images.”

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