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Tarantino films as book covers

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After recently winning his second screenwriting Oscar for Django Unchained, Quentin Tarantino has further cemented his place as one of Hollywood's most talented writers.

Sure, we've known it for years but not many of us expected that he'd have managed such a consistently impressive output since he initially broke out with Reservoir Dogs in 1992.

To celebrate his acclaimed set of screenplays, Sharm Murugiah has re-imagined them all as vintage Penguin book covers.

You can see more of his excellent work here.

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