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Can you name these rock bands by their literal graphics?

It’s time to get literal! Spanish graphic design studio Tata&Friends illustrated these minimalist and extremely literal posters to represent rock bands. See if you can name them all just by the simple drawings. There’s a radio on a man’s head (Radiohead), a leaf and a calendar (Green Day), a collection of doors (The Doors), and a hammer with a pumpkin (The Smashing Pumpkins). Ok, so I gave all those away but see if you can outsmart your friends with these. They’re not as easy as you might think!

Via Design Boom

This minimalist hyper literal poster depicts a rolling stone
This minimalist hyper literal poster depicts a stone, a temple and a pilot
This minimalist hyper literal poster depicts a man with a question mark on his head
This minimalist hyper literal poster depicts a leaf with a calendar
This minimalist hyper literal poster depicts a man with a radio on his head

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