These clever movie posters are made using only circles

Illustration for article titled These clever movie posters are made using only circles

After watching Interstellar and hating it, designer Nick Barclay thought on Hal 9000 and a crazy idea popped into his mind: If a circle can be a main character in a film it could also be the protagonist of a poster. So he decided to make a whole series of famous movie posters using only circles. Check it out:

Illustration for article titled These clever movie posters are made using only circles
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Illustration for article titled These clever movie posters are made using only circles
Illustration for article titled These clever movie posters are made using only circles
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Nick Barclay is a graphic designer and fotographer working in Sydney, Australia. You can follow Nick's work on Twitter, Instagram and buy his prints here.


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DISCUSSION

Ok. I don't get the Leon one.

And is the Pulp Fiction one the ball gag in Marcellus's mouth? Seems ... provocative.