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Growing up, we were plagued by unrealistic ideas of what we wanted to drive when we were finally old enough.

While we deemed the DeLorean a totally likely possibility, our first car was a lot smaller, a lot slower and a lot less efficient at time travel.

Deifying some of the greatest fictional vehicles ever driven, Josh Lane has created a set of awesome cubist tribute posters. From the Turtle Van right through to the Light Cycle, he's managed to make anything we can realistically drive seem a bit disappointing all over again.

If they weren't so damn pleasing to look at, we'd be furious.

You can buy the prints yourself right here.

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