Consider yourself proficient in pop culture? Confident you can identify films, TV shows, actors, sportspeople and musicians from a few rudimentary images?
Well you're in the right place, as thanks to designer Kreativeshaus, who has taken some of the most famous figures of fiction and non-fiction and turned them into minimalist figures, we're giving you the chance to flick through this series of nostalgia-grabbing works to see how many you can recognise.
Bounding, running, throwing, cooking, sitting, flexing, some of the characters fall back on classic poses, while others, mainly the topical non-fiction picks, are brilliantly lampooned in other positions - part satire, part artwork, it's a series and then some.
Click below to check out the collection.
Why so serious? Because you're littering.
The new Subbuteo player provided plenty of firepower.
Pepper had left him for J.A.R.V.I.S
'Your lack of treats is disturbing.'
..."Same thing we do every night - nothing."
Bowler hats were all the rage in Arizona.
*reads letter* 'Looking for middle-aged spinster. Must love dogs'.
"So long, suckers."
Sadly, she later died of hypothermia.
The Italian plumber was taking mushrooms again.
The Stairway To Heaven wasn't quite finished.
The furniture maker had given him an offer he just couldn't refuse.
Kenny Baker: "Will someone let me out. Hello. Hello?!"
His finisher involved a racist slur.
It wasn't super serum, it was nothing more than a healthy diet.
'NEED MONEY FOR DA CLUB'
To think, one of these two had the gaul to complain about helmets.
"Follicle-replenisha!... bugger it."
He hadn't seen this many aliens since Tom Cruise's house warming.
"Say hello to my custard-filled machine gun."
Prison escapes: overrated.
After disposing of the body he would never say the name Jar Jar Binks again.
Winner, winner, Currywurst dinner.
"You won't like me when I'm hungry."