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Giving some much-needed respect to the prop department, these detailed posters showcase the importance of the little things.

From the family photograph in Back to the Future to the microphone in Top Gun, Emma Butler takes iconic films and dissects them, like an incredibly appealing biology experiment.

They're the sort of posters that make us feel exhausted by just thinking about the work that went into them, which in a way makes us feel like we helped. So you're welcome.

You can find out more about Emma's work here.

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