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Pulp Fiction Guess Who

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You can imagine Jules and Vincent sitting down for a game of this, while enjoying a nice milkshake.

This fantastic custom Pulp Fiction version of the classic game Guess Who? has been created by UK-based graphic designer Joe Stone. Made for a friend's birthday (what a lucky friend), it features all the characters from the 1994 Quentin Tarantino classic and - as the final beautiful touch - it is housed in Marcellus Wallace's briefcase. Perhaps this was really what was in there? Although that would have been extremely meta, even for Tarantino.

Check out more of Joe's work at his website and admire the images below.

(Images: Joe Stone)

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