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An Aston Martin, a bow tie and a gun: you know what we're talking about. Of course, it's everyone's favourite shaken-not-stirred agent, Mr James Bond.

The great films and TV shows can be spotted purely from their iconic parts, and French artist Alizée Lafon has utilised this to create these fantastic minimal 'movie kit' posters. You won't need to look at all of the images to guess the title: Pulp Fiction is surely recognisable from the top right icon alone.

Head to Lafon's website to order them.

[via Behance]

Images: Alizée Lafon

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