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Ace artwork brings your favourite film quotes to life

“Frankly my dear, I don’t give a damn how much you hate film artworks and cinematic one-liners – we’re attending the show anyway.”

This, we can only imagine, is just one of the many conversations going on in Los Angeles right now, as Gallery 1998 East prepares to open its doors this weekend for a new exhibition entitled What’s My Line?.

It won’t be everyone’s cup of tea (we're talking to you, Michael Owen), but if you like cool artwork and classic quotes from cult cinema, you’d do worse than getting yourself over to the US West Coast to see it in person.

If not, don’t worry - we’ve assembled a few of the works set to feature below. Which should tide you over until the Gallery 1998 guys finally see sense and bring their shows to the UK.

Somebody might just make them an offer they can’t refuse.

[Via: Gizmodo]



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