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Popular Movies Represented With Circles

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Movie posters usually try to pack as much information into the space they have as possible, like taglines, big names, big faces and the name of the third co-executive associate producer.

But now graphic designer Nick Barclay has created Circle Movies, a set of strikingly simple posters that break down well known movies like Pulp Fiction, The Matrix and Harry Potter into an assortment of representative circles.  

The images are minimal, beautiful and very clever (although the Lord of the Rings one is cheating a bit).

Pulp Fiction
2001: A Space Odyssey
Lord of the Rings
Harry Potter
Leon
Dracula
The Matrix

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