Pop Pop BANG: Clever and Bold Installations Explore B-Movie Themes

Pop Pop Bang

Pop Pop BANG is series of installations by photographer Thomas Brown and creative director Anna Burns that explore the world and appeal of masculine B-movies. The duo has created three walls of umbrellas depicting common B-movie themes; guns, girls and explosives; and incorporated them into British landscapes—a forest, London’s docklands and the grounds of Suffolk Manor house. The exhibition is currently on display at the Mother agency in London.

Pop Pop Bang

Pop Pop Bang

This post was contributed by contributing editor Amanda Gorence.


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