"Social distancing" is the new buzz word now. Amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, most governments have urged the public to maintain distance in efforts to contain the spread of the virus. Since then, brands and agencies have been creative in tweaking their logos to show their support for social distancing measure and encourage the public to do the same. Last month, creative director Jure Tovrljan re-created brand logos and TV series posters through a COVID-19 lens, showing how iconic logos and TV series posters would have looked like if it was created during this time.
Now, four creatives from US-based advertising agency Cornett has taken social distancing further into the entertainment industry, and onto iconic movie posters. The four creatives- Randy Steward, Laura Merchant, John Herskind and David Loaiza- took some of the most iconic screen duos and cheekily cropped out the other partner out. The pictures were uploaded on Cornett's Instagram page, and has garnered 80 likes at the time of writing.
Check out the list here:
1. Bad Boys
2. Harold and Kumar
3. Shanghai Knights
4. Rush Hour
5. Thelma and Louise
6. National Lampoon's Vacation
7. The Blues Brothers
8. Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure
9. Starsky and Hutch
10. Cheech and Chong's Up in Smoke
Was your favourite movie featured in this list?
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