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Exclusive Pegg/Frost Posters

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It should come as no earth-shattering surprise that we're fans of Simon Pegg, Nick Frost and Edgar Wright. It should also come as no real surprise that we're fans of awesomely designed pictogram posters.

Being intimidatingly skilled at maths then, we thought it would 'add' up to great things if we engineered an ingenious combination of our passions.

The extremely talented Viktor Hertz designed these posters for Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz exclusively for ShortList and we're mightily impressed with the results.

Consider a wall space well and truly cleared. Next job is to convinve him to make us one for Attack The Block. A rocking movie starring Mr Frost, by the way, which is out May 11th.

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Simon Pegg in comic book form

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