Watch Blade Runner, Made In More Than 12,000 Watercolor Paintings

A truly unbelievable fan tribute to the great sci-fi film.

Blade Runner, director Ridley Scott's 1982 masterpiece, is the greatest science-fiction movie ever made.

But what about Star Wars, dummy?

No. It is Blade Runner.

If you haven't seen it--then my Lord, what are you doing, go watch the director's cut version by any means possible--the movie follows Rick Deckard (Harrison Ford), who's tasked with hunting down a gang of rogue androids. There is action. There is philosophy. And the whole dystopian cityscape looks like a brooding Impressionist painting. Which makes this tribute by artist Anders Ramsell, a 30-plus-minute "paraphrase" of the film done in more than 12,000 aquarelle paintings, especially moving. It's the washed-out, surreal feeling the movie already cultivates, but reinterpreted. Like tears in rain.