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We've all got a few excellent British holiday destination magnets on our fridge - the Tower of London, Land's End, Blackpool beach - but imagine if you could buy one from a seriously impressive tourist attraction?

Portuguese design and animation company Snack Studio have created these superb GIFs which depict ficticious places from films (as well as books and comics) as mock magnets. There's 12 in the series, called the 'Impossible Magnets'.

If we went to Mordor we'd probably buy a stick of rock as well - they should get onto creating some of that as well.

See the whole collection on Snack Studio's Behance page and you can buy them for real for 3.51 (£2.77) here. Get stuck in.

(Images: Snack Studio)

Atlantis
Batman
Back To The Future
Masters of the Universe
Jurassic Park
Lord of the Rings
The Wizard Of Oz
Peter Pan
Pirates of the Carribean
Star Wars

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