Canadian writer and producer Christopher Moloney lives and works in New York city. He walks past many locations used as settings in movies and documents these spots with a unique "photo in a photo" approach. Like this "Seven Year Itch" moment.

Moloney visits the exact locations where famous scenes were filmed at, and shoots a photograph of a printed movie still from just the right perspective. The trick is to blend it into the background. All he needs for this work of art is a black-and-white printer and a cheap digital camera.

Visit Maloney's website, called “FILMography” (film + photography) full of hundreds of creative images so far. And it's not just New York, Maloney traveled overseas and somehoe found locations of the shots from The Hangover Part II and Lara Croft: Tomb Raider in Thailand and Cambodia.