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Movie posters created through iconic soundbites

Film fans and creatives alike will love this illustrated poster series. Using the iconic soundbites from films such as Star Wars, Jurassic Park and Kill Bill, the posters are then depicted using quirky illustrations of characters and props.

Created by Italy-based art director Salvatore Zanfrisco (opens in new tab) and copywriter Nicolleta Zanterino (opens in new tab), 'MovieSound (opens in new tab)' translates the sound waves from the sound bites as a basis for the illustrations.

The pair wanted to create a tribute to the best way to the "ultimate way to enjoy cinema - by ears". What a refreshing and innovative way to celebrate some of the world's best-loved movies!

illustrated movie posters

illustrated movie posters

illustrated movie posters

illustrated movie posters

illustrated movie posters

illustrated movie posters

illustrated movie posters

illustrated movie posters

illustrated movie posters

See more iconic illustrated posters over on MovieSound (opens in new tab).

[via Design Taxi (opens in new tab)]

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