Group Shots from Cult Movies Go Minimal

1-Ale Giorgini BIGLEBOWSKI_poster

Sometimes it takes a masterful attention to detail in order to simplify things. Illustrator Ale Giorgini seems to have this talent, taking the most epic movies and distilling them down to group shots of their most iconic characters in simplified form. The surprising part after whittling these flicks down to size? Each character is still completely recognizable.

Giorgini’s hip, mid-century influenced style works well with the movies he chooses, which seem to mostly have a passionate cult following. In his rendition of Back to the Future, you can instantly find Marty McFly and his father George… despite the simple linear illustrations. Even the films with the fewest props still have a cast which is quickly recognizable and which brings back fond memories in an instant. Ready to grab one of these sweet illustrations as a poster? You can find these and more at Society6.





Ale Giorgini Rocky Horror Picture Show

Ale Giorgini Starwars

Ale Giorgini The Birds

Ale-Giorgini-Back to the Future

Ale-Giorgini-Blues Brothers

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