Graphic artist Brandon Schaefer has created contemporary pop art out of the Many Faces of Woody Allen. Using the Hollywood writer and director's iconic eyeglasses as inspiration, this poster documents all of the actor's past roles by means of the shape of his spectacles.
Made for the Funny or Die "Is This Thing On?" show with Gallery1988, the Many Faces of Woody Allen print provides an intense eyewear study of the American Optical, BeBops and Ray-Ban black frames worn in everything from 'What's new Pussycat?' onwards.
The Many Faces of Woody Allen Logs a Lifetime of Famous Frames
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