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It's a truth that should be universally acknowledged: cartoons make everything better. They're bright, vivid and enables the illustrator to make characters do whatever they want, without being bounded by minor annoyances such as the rules of gravity, or logic.

And no-one believes this more than Los Angeles artist Justin White, who has created a gallery of cartoons, depicting popular scenes from film and TV shows that will never actually become animated (despite the fact we'd like them to).

Examples including Fargo, The Shining and The Office are shown below, while the show will also feature illustrations from titles as diverse as Psycho and Saved By The Bell.

The Rated G art show will take place at Gallery1988 Melrose in LA and it opens on Friday November 30. Check out Facebook for more info.

Images: Justin White

Alien

The Breakfast Club

Breaking Bad

Community

Conan

Drive

Fargo

Fight Club

Kindergarten Cop

The Office

The Shining

Twin Peaks

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