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These Posters for Sequels We'll Never See May Restore Your Faith in Creativity

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Two years ago, Los Angeles art gallery iam8bit presented a great idea: an art show filled with work based on sequels that don’t actually exist. They called it SEQUEL—and now that show has its own sequel.

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SEQUEL 2 opens on November 30, both online and at the gallery proper. You’ll be able to find it here, and below you can check out a few of the pieces in the show. In each, check out tons of small Easter Eggs that hint at what each artist thinks the sequel could be about.

Speed Racer 2 by Andrew Kolb

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E.T. The Return by Andy Fairhurst

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Purple Rain Encore by Antoine Revoy

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The Power of the Dark Crystal by Ashton Dame

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Being Jeff Goldblum by Austin James

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Porco Rosso 2 by Drew Wise

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Revenge of the Shogun: The Last Dragon 2 by Fred Gago

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Monty Python and the Holy Grail 2 by Goncalo Viana

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The Book of Life 2 by Jorge R. Guttierez and Paul Sullivan

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Who Shot Roger Rabbit by Kevin Wilson

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Son of Scissorhands by Mark Borgions

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Tank Girl 2 by Mike Huddleston

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Furiosa by Nikita Kaun

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Egg Shen and the Six Demon Bag by Orlando Arocena

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and finally, Close Encounters 2 by Rich Davies

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Each of these will be released as a limited edition giclée when SEQUEL 2 opens at 8pm on November 30 at 2147 W. Sunset Blvd. in Los Angeles, CA. It’ll remain on display through December 23. For more, visit the official site or RSVP here.

Entertainment Reporter for io9/Gizmodo

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iamnotseanclark
iamnotseanclark

I guarantee these will pop up on a click bait article with the title “You won’t believe which one of your favorite movies will be getting a sequel!”