Your Favorite Scifi Films As Russian Woodcuts

As Chancellor Gorkon from Star Trek VI would say, "You have not experienced Shakespeare until you have read him in the original Klingon." We'd reply by telling him that unless he'd seen Star Wars in the original Russian folk art version, he was a pansy. Russian artist Andrey Kuznetsov has created some pretty impressive versions of films like The Matrix, The Terminator (or maybe that's T2: Judgement Day), Star Wars, Spider-Man, War of the Worlds, and others using the traditional style of Russian folk art. We've been able to decipher most of them from the original page, but we can't figure out for the life of us what this piece is supposed to represent with the guy using a computer and sticking a knife (or is that a USB drive?) in his butt. War Games: The Porno? Let us know what you think it is in the comments, after you check out the gallery below.

Your Favorite Scifi Films As Russian Woodcuts

Your Favorite Scifi Films As Russian Woodcuts

Your Favorite Scifi Films As Russian Woodcuts

Your Favorite Scifi Films As Russian Woodcuts

Your Favorite Scifi Films As Russian Woodcuts

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