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Every Walt Outfit From Breaking Bad

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Colour was always a very important symbol in Breaking Bad - though we've still no real clue what Marie's purple obsession was about - and in these prints of every single item of clothing that Walt wore through the entire run of the show, you can see how themes emerge in each season.

Artist Nathan Peters has drawn every get-up, from Walt's y-fronts and gas mask when we first see him, to his beige outfit when [removed in case you haven't seen the finale yet]. And what do these colour themes tell us about his character's development from desperate innocent to confused evil? Absolutely no idea whatsoever, but you can probably find many theories lurking on forums across the internet. We'll leave you to that. Those places are scary.

All the prints are available to buy for $15 each. You can't even buy a bag of meth for that. We imagine.

Season One

Season Two

Season Three

Season Four

Season Five - Part One

Season Five - Part Two

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