Street Artist Jay Shells Installs Seinfeld-Related Movie Posters at New York City Theaters

Street Artist Jay Shells Installs Seinfeld-Related Movie Posters at New York City TheatersImage via Digg on Tumblr

If you're a fan of the sitcom Seinfeld, then you're probably familiar with the fictional film Rochelle, Rochelle that the characters mentioned several times throughout the series. Street artist Jay Shells (the guy responsible for those cool "Rap Quote" street signs) created these realistic movie posters for the made-up movie and began installing them recently outside of movie theaters in New York City. We're not sure which theaters the artist chose, but keep your eyes open for a poster advertising a film about a "strange erotic journey." The bottom of the poster has statements about the film as told through the narrative of the show, like "Rochelle Rochelle is a movie whose only positive aspect is its nudity" and "Elaine remarked 'Men will sit through the most boring pointless movie if there's the slightest chance a woman will take her top off.'" Not only do we want one of these posters, but we kind of want to see this film now.

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