Plastic film: famous scenes of popular movies in plasticine
Little White Lies magazine announced a kind of competition to recreate in plasticine of cult scenes from favorite films, regardless of the genre and time of the picture on the screens. The only condition was recognition. The result of all creative endeavors was a magazine with more than 120 turns, each of which, in truth, is a masterpiece.
Some authors did not seek to convey a portrait resemblance to the characters, because it turned out to be much more important to “grasp” the essence, to convey plastic and mimicry. As, for example, came up with the work of Lauren Parnell – Back to the Future.
In some cases, it was not even necessary to reproduce complex genre scenes, because even without them it is clear what kind of film we are talking about. This is Cast Away by Samantha Munro.
The sweet scene from the Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind) from the artist Katy Gray is not at all replete with details – the main composition, common features and color spots.
The Jurassic Park (Jurassic Park) in a mixed technique, from the same artist is recognizable even by those who have never fully watched the film.
“V” means Vendetta (V for Vendetta) – a very dramatic, intriguing, slightly frightening incarnation in plasticine of his vision of a famous film from Laura Vann.
Fans of animation, such as Rochelle Donald, could not resist the opportunity to fashion a favorite bunch of balloons from the cartoon Up.
Matthew Melling, too, obviously, a big child, expressed his love for the heroes of the cartoon Wall-E (Wall E) in his beautiful plasticine poster.
Fans of Ghostbusters (Ghostbusters), should be, like the charming plasticine Lizun from the artist Craug Munro.
Despite the fact that almost 120 works of the participants took turns in the anniversary issue of Little White Lies magazine, there were still winners in the competition. One of them is Apocalypse Now (Apocalypse Now) from designer Jo Allen, who took second place.
Paradoxically, but American Beauty (Alastair Binnie) also ranked second.
And the main prize of the competition was the work of Jasmin Billinghay, who interprets the storyline about a cute girl and her kindly crazy family from the movie Little Miss Sunshine.