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Alfred Hitchcock prints

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When we were young and watched Tony hart's art shows (remember Morph arsing around with pencils?) we thought we were going to be the next Van Gogh (without the "issues"). Alas, in reality our efforts at design have always been dismal.

Which is why we leave it up to the professionals, such as graphic artist Ryan Tym, who has recreated the whole collection of Alfred Hitchcock DVD covers with a clean, minimalist style (see below). Even better, some of his work is available to buy as special limited-edition posters, celebrating 90 years since Hitchcock made his first film.

To see Ryan's whole collection head here. And to buy his posters go here.

For more alternative Hitchcock posters head here.

Our work is done. Pub?

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