The Everyguyed Director’s Cut display reminds us why the Oscars are about celebrating the best in films and not the red carpet.
These Toronto street installations are essentially busts made from cardboard held together by velcro which are then dressed in outfits that best represents cinema’s finest movie-makers. From Beetlejuice’s suit to the white dress shirt and suspenders worn by the maniacal Alex of A Clock Orange, the display cleverly depicts each director’s film audiences have grown to love. There’s also a brief bio posted in case you want to satisfy your personal knowledge on these cinematic icons. Check out the Everyguyed Director’s Cut and see if you can guess who’s who.