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Australian Artist Bosslogic Remakes Posters of Popular Films & Album Covers Amid Coronavirus

Rebelander Basilan
Mar 29, 2020
08:00 P.M.
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The Graphic artist from Melbourne, Australia, Bosslogic, remade the posters of successful TV series, movies, and album covers amid coronavirus fears. Many netizens admired his arts after he shared them on Instagram.

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Among his remakes is the poster of "Stranger Things," a drama-horror web television series created by The Duffer Brothers. The series was released on Netflix.

He also made a remake of the space Western web television series, "Star Wars: The Mandalorian." There's also "The Walking Dead," "The Wire," and "Breaking Bad."

Ronda Rousey and Bosslogic at Mortal Kombat 11: The Reveal on January 17, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. | Photo: Getty Images

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In movie posters, he made remakes of "Joker," "Aquaman," "Avengers," and "The Fast Saga." Meanwhile, on the album covers, he has a remake of Eminem's album, which is "The Eminem Show." There are also album covers of 2PAC and 50 Cent.

BossLogic captioned his posts, "Social Distancing." He also recently crafted one of the official posters for Marvel Studios' "Avengers: Endgame." 

His work has received thousands of likes on Instagram. "Bro, firstly you have mad skills," one person commented, "Also I have always been wondering if you considered doing tutorials.. I bet ppl would pay for that."

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Today, social distancing is very important to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). As reported by PEOPLE, a lot of people in the U.S. have been putting their Christmas lights back up in March to spread some cheer.

On Twitter, the hashtags #LightsForLife and #CoronaKindess trended, along with photographs of homes lit up.

Meanwhile, in New York, a group of neighbors uniting in song with a version of The Beatles classic "Hey Jude."

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The movement seems to have spread outside the U.S. also, with images being shared from other countries, including Canada and Belgium.

Meanwhile, in New York, a group of neighbors uniting in song with a version of The Beatles classic "Hey Jude," as reported by New York Post.

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Gretchen Connelie, who filmed the short clip, said the shared musical moments had united neighbors who were total strangers before their isolation.

"I've never even seen these neighbor's lights on before," she said, "and now we're having sing-alongs every night at 7 p.m."

We at AmoMama do our best to give you the most updated news regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, but the situation is constantly changing.

We encourage readers to refer to the online updates from CDC, WHO, or Local Health Departments to stay updated. Take care!

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