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Toys come alive


If the Toy Story trilogy taught us anything, aside from how worryingly easy it is to cry in public, it was that our toys do live a rich personal life when our backs are turned.

Working on this rationale, Dan Cole & Trevor Howell created this selection of shots which take various action figures and pit them in real life situations.

In doing so, they reveal some surprising revelations. Who'd have guessed that Star Trek's Uhura would be such a brazen hussy for a piece of He-Man and we never would have imagined that E.T. would be able to drive the Mystery Machine without Elliott's help.

You can find out more and buy the prints here.



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