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Come on, admit it - you've always wanted to be able to dress up Mario in a bear costume, haven't you?

Well, now you can thanks to this set of brilliant cardboard cut-out designs of the famous Italian Plumber, complete with a range of accessories and clothes. You can also dress up Star Wars' Luke Skywalker, and Marty McFly from Back to the Future - if you buy all three you can finally see what Marty would look like in a stormtrooper outfit.

The prints are the work of designer Scott Weston (aka Hoborobo) and you can buy them from here, or as t-shirts from here.

Considering his acting in the sequels, it's surprising he didn't make one of Keanu Reeves in The Matrix...

Images: Hoborobo

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