This Guy Photoshopped Paddington Into More Than 200 Classic Movies – Design You Trust

This Guy Photoshopped Paddington Into More Than 200 Classic Movies

witter user @Jaythechou has come up with a simple concept to spread joy and entertainment to social media – he photoshops Paddington into film scenes, and has been doing it every day for 204 days, at the time of writing. Some are beautifully subtle, others are larger than life – but all are skilfully done and a lot of fun.

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