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Minimalist Posters Of Classic Cars From Film And TV


Can you identify Walter White's RV, the A-Team's van and Mad Max's musclecar just from their colour schemes?

Turns out it's really easy. Which shows just how much useless information your brain sucks up when you're watching TV.

The snazzy artworks, which also include renderings of Herbie the Love Bug and Starsky & Hutch's runaround, are the brainchild of creative agency Tall Man With Glasses, aka designer Stuart Witts.

So, what are you waiting for? Remove the Crook Lock from the steering wheel of your inertia, and fire up the Austin Metro of your curiosity by taking a look below.

[Via Fubiz]




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