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Minimal Icons Of 2015's Upcoming Movies


2015 is shaping up to be a huge year for film, with plenty of interesting smaller movies due to land, alongside, of course the huge blockbusters, including a certain dinosaur film, and some latest part of a sci-fi franchise. We forget the name.

And to celebrate, the French advertising agency Silenzio has created this excellent poster, which has 35 minimal, colourful icons, each representing an upcoming movie.

Take a look below and see how many you can name - click on the image to zoom in.

(Image: Silenzio)

[via Design Taxi]



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