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BLADE RUNNER As Interpreted Through Watercolors

Blade Runner is one of those movies that people either love more than life itself or can’t stand (I’m one of those people who own the various editions but somehow still prefer the original) and this particular version is in watercolor, which makes it seem even dreamier than the actual flick.

And yes, I like it.

Of course, I often enjoy watching homages to my favorite movies then reading the comments on YouTube to see the terrible criticism bestowed upon the artist’s attempt to interpret the original.

It makes me feel we are all in this thing together, albeit through bitchiness and bad spelling.

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