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Minimalist 80s action posters

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Back in the 80s, action films seemed a lot simpler. The title was short, the star could usually be referred to just by his surname and the direction was refreshingly un-Michael Bay.

It's therefore rather fitting that some clever sort would go back and re-design posters for a handful of iconic movies, making it all rather minimalist.

Ridd Sorensen took on the classics and came up with these simple but effective one-sheets.

You can see more of his work here.

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