7 illustrations in movies and TV shows that are so good you won't be able to take your eyes off them!

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Aishwarya Srinivasan
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Illustrations in movies and TV shows


Illustrations in movies and TV shows can play an important role in telling the story better or simply make it eye-pleasing for the audience and here’s a list of some really good ones you shouldn’t miss out on!

Illustrations are when an artist depicts his visualisation through a sketch, drawing, or through graphic design. We've often found these illustrations on Instagram, we've seen them in ads or even on wedding cards and if really done well, they look quite pleasing to the eye and they're oddly satisfying. Since illustrations work best in illuminating visual images, they obviously have made their way to visual storytelling as well. You might have seen illustrations in movies and TV shows that instantly caught your eye. These either work as enhancers for the whole story or are a character in themselves.

For example, some of them might be used during the introduction or when the end credits roll but some come into the story from time to time to unfold the plot even more or play the role of a time and place marker. A lot of illustrations these days either leave easter eggs about what could happen in the story or summarize every single thing that you saw in the episode. Illustrations in the web-series 'Little Things' or in the famous rom-com 'Hum Tum' even help the main protagonists express their feelings better which also builds a better connection with the audience.

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Check out these amazing works of art that would definitely make you want to press play on these movies and TV shows!

Little Women - Netflix

Three sisters, who only have each other, get entangled with the most powerful family in Korea.

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Hum Tum - Prime Video

Karan and Rhea meet on a flight and end up hating each other at the end of their journey. Things change between them when they continue to bump into each other at different stages of their lives.

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Look Both Ways - Netflix

The story shows two parallel realities: one where Natalie gets pregnant and navigates motherhood and second, where she moves to Los Angeles to pursue her career.

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Heartstopper - Netflix

Charlie and Nick discover their unlikely friendship might be something more as they navigate school and young love.

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Extraordinary Attorney Woo - Netflix

Woo Young-Woo, a lawyer with Asperger's syndrome, has a really high IQ but struggles to communicate in daily life. Each episode deals with a new case and the illustrations reflect what happens in each episode in her personal life.

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Mismatched - Netflix

Hopeless romantic Rishi, falls for Dimple after he is set up with her through his grandmother. But through a summer course, the two go through many ups and downs in their love and teenage lives.

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Little Things - Netflix

Dhruv and Kavya show you what it's like for people who are in live-in relationships while also finding joy in each other's company and in all the little things in life.

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Which of these illustrations in movies and TV shows is your favorite? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!

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