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As you may be aware, we're rather large fans of pop culture art legends Gallery1988. If they were to put on an exhibition of pieces inspired by Speed 2: Cruise Control, we'd still be uncontrollably excited.

But thankfully their latest isn't inspired by Sandra Bullock trying to slow down a ferry going at 20mph. This time, they've gone for fictional products from classic films and TV shows.

The show, appropriately titled Product Placement, is a collection of prints from artists who've been inspired by He-Man, Lost, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind and many others.

You can see a selection of the best below and if you happen to be in LA this weekend, make sure you check the exhibition out.



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Something terrible is happening in Mick Hucknall's bath

I wish I could turn back the years and never see into Mick's world

by Sam Diss
28 Mar 2017

James Blunt and Ed Miliband are bantering on Twitter and it's weird

Welcome to 2017

by Dave Fawbert
28 Mar 2017

Donald Trump is scared of coasters

Not rollercoasters, drink coasters

by Alex Finnis
28 Mar 2017

You can get your hands on a shiny new £1 coin from today

Money money money, it must be funny

by Dave Fawbert
28 Mar 2017

Val Kilmer is being really weird about Cate Blanchett on Twitter

Chill out, mate

by Emily Reynolds
27 Mar 2017

There is now scientific proof that cats are nice

We knew it

by Gary Ogden
27 Mar 2017

People are tricking kids with gross fake Peppa Pig videos on YouTube

Please take the internet away from these people

by Emily Reynolds
27 Mar 2017

A florist next to a park in London is selling sticks for a bargain £18

And guess what, people are buying them

by Gary Ogden
27 Mar 2017

James Blunt: 'You're Beautiful' is actually about "some kind of perv"

And if you like it you're "fucked up", apparently

by Emily Reynolds
27 Mar 2017

The Daily Mash and the BBC are teaming up for a new satire show

It'll be helmed by the up-and-coming stand-up Nish Kumar

by Tom Mendelsohn
24 Mar 2017