A recently graduated Banana Slug who doesn't want to brag, but yes he does own 30000 LEGOs, Alex Eylar spends his free time… playing LEGOs (remember how the dude has 30000 of them?), and all his time in between arting up prints, posters, and stretcher-framed canvases with 50+ minimalistic, movie-referencing hangables that radly touch on the entire lexicon of film from UP and Sideways, to The Matrix, which Keanu Reeves saw six times and acted in, yet still thinks is about those dot matrices used in old computer printers. Pretend it's 7th grade and check out the AEA Cliffsnotes below:
Ghostbusters: This uber-simplistic, Venkman-approved poster features the ever-familiar Stay Puft smile and handkerchief accompanied by quotes like: "I think we'd better split up", "Good idea", and "Yeah, we can do more damage that way", which is also how Keanu's girlfriend tricked him into going to see Kangaroo Jack when she wanted to watch Memento.
Clue: Yes, the movie is horrible…ly awesome, but this piece captures the coolness of the board game in three rows: the first with a handful of appropriately colored male/female icons (which're plum, scarlet, white, green, etc.) and the other two with a selection of deadly weapons, or as Keanu calls them, "brain teasers".
Inception: This block-lettered, reference-riddled gem uses the film's one-of-a-kind make-sure-you're-not-still-dreaming tokens to replace three letters in the movie title -- Leo's spinning top is inserted as the 't', the chess piece is the 'i', and a die is the 'o'. Don't worry, by law, Keanu Reeves was not allowed to watch this movie.