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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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