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Friday, July 5, 2013

"Metropolis" – ATC

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This week's Fun With ATCs challenge #91 was "Classic Films."

I created this in GIMP.

The images are from an Internet search.

The font is Metropolis.

9 comments:

mark gould said...

Very cool, Great images, it really catches the eye. thanks for joining us at fun with atc's

Diane said...

Cool choice!

die amelie said...

A very clever and cool make, Anne! A stunning ATC! Thank you for joining us at FunwithATCs!

Claudia x

Gráinne said...

Yupp, very eye catching. Love the images and how you assembled them Thanks for playing along with us at FwATCs. Suzanne

Monique said...

WOW, loooove this ATC, such beautiful images and colors.
xx

butterfly said...

Fabulous tribute to a film of genius! Thanks so much for playing along with us at Fun With ATCs.
Alison x

Kati said...

Your atc is so great!

Mary Elizabeth said...

Incredible layout. Loved the images that you chose. Loved this ATC!! -- Mary Elizabeth

Deborah said...

Adore this, Anne.