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Iconic as they are, the gnarled features of Walter White and weighty moustache of Ron Swanson don’t exactly make for the most appetising of frozen desserts.

They do, however, make for some great poster designs - as verified by Pop Culture Popsicles, an ongoing art project from illustrator Andrew Heath. Featuring Predator, Bender, Judge Dread, Robocop, Adam West’s Batman and even Daft Punk’s recent look on the cover of Random Access Memories, the faces in the collection provide a nostalgia-tinged slice of brilliance.

The portraits and prints are about to feature at next week’s 2014 Lexington Comic & Toy Con, after which you can purchase them online yourself at Heath's website. Though such is the choice, deciding just which one to buy may cause brain freeze.

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