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Alternative Her Posters

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A Spike Jonze film about a man, played by Joaquin Phoenix, falling in love with his operating system, voiced by Scarlett Johansson, was always going to be on the top of our "films we're most uncomfortably desperate to see" in 2014. But we were unprepared for just how damn lovely and heartbreaking the whole thing was.

To celebrate our love of Her, we asked some of our favourite artists to come up with their idea of a perfect alternative poster for the unconventional romance. The eye-catching results lie below.

Her hits UK cinemas on Valentine's Day

If you'd like to get involved with our next gallery then email benjamin.lee@shortlist.com

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