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Some superfans recreated Andy’s bedroom from Toy Story and it’s brilliant

There are film fans who go beyond the call of duty, and then there are those who go to infinity and beyond.

You shouldn't need us to tell you which camp the the team behind Tumblr account The Pixarist fall into. 

Putting all other Toy Story fans to shame, Morgan McCrew and his, erm, "crew" have spent two years recreating the sets from the third film in the saga, on a budget that belies its incredible lookalike detail.

And if you want to know the piece-de-resistance of this marvellous DIY project, it's Andy's Room, which is so impressive it might as well have been shipped box by box from San Francisco.

To see just what a stunning job they've done, click through the gallery below.



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