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It's long been a criticism of the Oscars that it all remains slightly inaccessible to the mainstream viewer.

With their focus on films that rich, 60-year-old white men might enjoy, they exist in a world that most of us normals don't usually occupy.

But when you take the excess and glamour of the Oscars and combine it with the down-to-earth charm of the hot dog, something rather awesome happens. Will Levitt decided to design nine hot dogs as a tribute to the nominees for Best Picture. From the Parisian indulgence of the Midnight in Paris dog to the monochromatic simoplicity of The Artist dog, there's a meal for everyone.

We'll take one of each.

[via Serious Eats]

The Descendants

Hot dog, grilled pineapple and sriracha (spicy mayonnaise) on a bun

The Help

Fried chicken sausage, collard greens, gravy on a buttered bun

Midnight In Paris

Pâté, pork sausage, frisée, creamy Dijon cinaigrette on baguette

Extremely Loud And Incredibly Close

Hot dog with mustard and sauerkraut on a bun

Hugo

Hot dog wrist band with clock face of toasted bread, mayonnaise, rosemary ticks and ketchup arms

Moneyball

Hot dog with ketchup on a bun

The Artist

A black and white hot dog

War Horse

Scored hot dog bleeding ketchup on a bun

The Tree of Life

Hot dog tree of spinach on a bun with mayonnaise

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