Think you can identify a movie just by seeing the objects that appeared in that movie? If a movie is iconic enough, yeah, you probably can. Artist Jordan Bolton made this poster series that lays out various items that have appeared in a film, and it's sort of fun to try and remember what was used for what. Sometimes it's easy - you see those long black gloves and pearls and you can already picture Audrey Hepburn gazing into the window at Tiffany's. With other movies, you can maybe only remember a few things. Either way, take your guesses. You can buy the posters from Jordan Bolton here.
Cool Movie Posters Show Off The Objects That Appear In Famous Films
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