“Marty In The Movie”: Artist Created Hilarious Edits Of Himself In Iconic Movies – Design You Trust

“Marty In The Movie”: Artist Created Hilarious Edits Of Himself In Iconic Movies

According to Martyn Thayne: “I am on a mission to Photoshop myself into iconic movie scenes and posters, and you can follow my journey on Instagram.

What started out as a bit of fun over the first U.K. national lockdown has turned into a daily cinematic obsession, with me appearing in hundreds of movies so far! Featuring terrible puns of my name ‘Martyn Thayne.’ I star in a new movie every day.

You can check out some examples of my work here, and be sure to follow on Instagram for more!”

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