We’ve seen everything from movie and television shows to stars themselves becoming White washed — but what if things happened the other way around.

It’s happening in South London, where people in Brixton noticed something strange about the movie posters on the bus stop.

According to Mashable, the original images were created for a campaign (but not put on the bus stop) by a group called Legally Black — four young activists from south London (Liv Francis-Cornibert, Shiden Tekle, Bel Matos da Costa, and Ki Asante) whose goal is to “combat the way black people are portrayed in the media.”

And boy did they nail it. Hit the flip to see more beautiful Black-washed movie posters.

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