Following last year's first foray into setting up an illustration exhibition, every creative's favourite film magazine Little Whilte Lies has again asked some top-notch illustrators to reimagine posters for classic movies.

This year the exhibition is held at the same time as this year's Cannes Film Festival, and has moved from east London to the colette store in Paris. Running until Saturday June 2, colette will host a gallery of 27 limited-edition LWL70 prints at their flagship store in the heart of Paris - 14 from last year and 13 new prints.

Here are some of the works on show.

Jaws by Yorgo Tloupas

Superman by Vahram Muratyan

Peau d'Ane by Sophie Toporkoff

Silent Running by Anthony Burrill

Halloween by Jean Jullien

Le Charme Discret de la Bourgeoisie by Andre?

The Warriors by Genevieve Gauckler

Phantom of the Paradise by Ill studio

Rockers by Kevin Lyons

The Blonde from Peking by Kuntzel+Deygas

Don't Look Now by Paul X Johnson

Amarcord by So-Me

A limited run of 70 giclée prints are be available online at and in the colette store.