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We're pretty pleased if we can cut and paste an image of a fully-kitted, celebrating John Terry in the background of the latest 'celebration' shot. But it turns out that you can do a lot more with Photoshop than that.

Graphic designer and artist Alice X. Zhang has created these truly incredibly movie-inspired posters using nothing more than Adobe's finest creation (yes, even better than the constantly-updating Reader).

Even better, if you're lucky enough to live in New York, she is exhibiting them at the Bottleneck Gallery for three weeks, starting this Friday (June 7th). If you're not that lucky, but love the posters, simply visit the gallery's website, where you can buy prints online. For more information, visit the Facebook event page.

We've picked ten images below; check out further work by Zhang by visiting her Tumblr.

Images: Alice X. Zhang

Gladiator

Pulp Fiction

Leon: The Professional

Lost in Translation

Slumdog Millionaire

Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring

The Prestige

There Will Be Blood

Les Miserables

Moonrise Kingdom

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