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Awesome Minimalist Posters Using Colours Of Classic Movies

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Can you tell a film by its colour scheme?

Argentinian designer Tano Veron has turned classic films including Scarface, Trainspotting, Rocky and Jurassic Park into minimalist posters, using only coloured stripes.

Take a look below to see examples of what the Buenos Aires-based artist calls "Extreme minimalism".

You can see more of his work, including posters of Terminator, E.T.Alien and The Usual Suspectshere.

[Via: DesignTAXI]

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