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25 stunning minimalist figures of pop culture

Consider yourself proficient in pop culture? Confident you can identify films, TV shows, actors, sportspeople and musicians from a few rudimentary images? 

Well you're in the right place, as thanks to designer Kreativeshaus, who has taken some of the most famous figures of fiction and non-fiction and turned them into minimalist figures, we're giving you the chance to flick through this series of nostalgia-grabbing works to see how many you can recognise.

Bounding, running, throwing, cooking, sitting, flexing, some of the characters fall back on classic poses, while others, mainly the topical non-fiction picks, are brilliantly lampooned in other positions - part satire, part artwork, it's a series and then some.

Click below to check out the collection.

 

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