Glow-in-the-Dark Fringe poster reveals the alternate universe when the lights go out

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In honor of Fringe coming to a close, Gallery 1988 is running "Fringe Benefits," an interactive art series that encourages fans to vote for their favorite Fringe episodes to turn them into limited edition screenprints. This ingenious print by Mark Englert, based on the Season Three episode "Plateau," uses glow-in-the-dark ink to illustrate the differences between our universe and "over there." Look for what appears—and who disappears—when the lights go out.

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Procedes from "Fringe Benefits" support The Mission Continues, which provides community service fellowships for veterans. Sadly (but not surprisingly), this print has already sold out, but keep your eye on the "Fringe Benefits" site for more prints inspired by the show, and check out more of Englert's work on his blog.

Fringe Benefits [via Popped Culture]

Illustration for article titled Glow-in-the-Dark emFringe/em poster reveals the alternate universe when the lights go out
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MasterChef_117

When did airships because the stuff of alt-Universes?

i only ask because i caught an episode of Doctor Who yesterday with an alt-verse full of airships... I mean, i assuming its from the whole Hindenberg disaster but has anyone else seen airship-verses in other movies/tv/books?

EDIT: apparently, its called Pete's World in the image header I just googled...