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Alejandro de Antonio Fernandez Re-Creates Minimalist Disguises

 - Nov 20, 2011
References: & rampagedreality
Alejandro de Antonio Fernandez is more than his super suave name; he's a talented Creative Director based in Madrid, Spain, who illustrated this impressive collection of minimalist pop culture masks.

Simply calling the series 'Movie Posters,' Fernandez captures the likeness of each cinematic characters' disguise using vector graphics. He even took the time to emulate the credits often found on film promos to further add authenticity to his work.

It's actually quite an interesting revelation to see that both villains and heroes have donned masks for deviant and just reasons to conceal their identity from people in their respective narratives as well as from movie viewers.

The films featured in this Alejandro de Antonio Fernandez collection of infamous masks include V for Vendetta, Star Wars, RoboCop, Batman, Gladiator, Friday the 13th, Predator, Silence of the Lambs and Scream.