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Ghostbusters is turning 30 this year, and that means all kinds of celebrations. Besides finally getting an official LEGO set, there is also going to be a huge art show featuring the work of more than 70 artists. They’ve created apparel, paintings, sculptures, and more to honor the Ghostbusters. The exhibit will be at Gallery1988 in New York and later on in Los Angeles.

If you want to try to see the art in person, here’s the info from the site:

The New York Ghostbusters gallery opens SATURDAY NIGHT, April 19th, with an opening reception from 7-10 PM. We will be open everyday through April 26th, from 11-7 PM. Our next stop is Gallery1988 (West) in Los Angeles on May 17th.

Above image by DKNG.

See more art from the show after the break.

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One of the great things about Tumblr is that it gives gifts you never knew you needed or wanted until you’re presented with them. In this case, it’s a new Tumblr called Time Is A Flat Circus which I happily stamp with the “True Detective 2″ meme and present to you.

See what I’m talking about after the break.

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Movie posters often feature a small quote from a critic two (usually something along the lines of “brilliant!” or “film of the year!”), to entice you to see the flick. But these movie posters by @AwfulReviews are on the opposite end of the spectrum: each poster features quotes from the movie’s 1-star Amazon reviews. And, wow, they’re pretty brutal—but also entertaining.

Check out some more examples after the break…

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I don’t care if you’re tired of Frozen mash ups or Breaking Bad mashups. You will watch this video after the break and enjoy it.

Anna is the one who knocks.

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Jack Robinson only had four years on this planet. He’s been fighting against an inoperable brain tumor and knowing that he faced a hard road, he made a bucket list that included meeting singer Gary Barlow and and actor Matt Smith. For his final wish, he requested a Star Wars-themed funeral, and his parents Terence and Marie Robinson made it happen when he passed on April 1st of this year.

A Star Wars-themed coffin was transported in a carriage surrounded by stormtroopers, and R2-D2 was at the service. “Binary Sunset” was played by a brass band. Jack Robinson got the unique send off he requested and deserved.

There are a few more heartbreaking photos after the break.

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Joffrey Baratheon may not have approved of last weekend’s Game Of Thrones episode and how he ended up spending his wedding night, but Jack Gleeson thought it was pretty great.

Head after the break for the Instagram photo, but beware. Massive spoilers ahead.

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New York-based artist and illustrator Sam Spratt usually focuses much of his artistic talent developing art pieces for his various clients (who range from National Geographic Channel to Donald Glover), but he recently shifted his attention over towards GoT and created a beautiful illustration of everyone’s favorite Mother of Dragons, Daenerys Targaryen.

Check out a closeup after the break…

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An Imgur user posted some great pics of a bunch of pirated PS2 games that he supposedly came across in an Iraqi market. The covers are entertaining to say the least. Who knew that Agent Smith was such a Fallout fan?

Check out more pics after the break…

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Committing to building a life-sized replica of any character is quite an undertaking. Twitter user and LEGO builder Chaos Brick didn’t let that hurdle get in the way though. The dedicated fan spent six months piecing together Hatsune Miku from Vocaloid. While the images don’t detail the height, the stats for the character show her to be 5 feet and 2 inches. The builder captured all the details from the bright green hair to her school style uniform.

Check out some in progress pics after the break.

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