Instagram user uses his iPhone to insert pop culture characters into their real-life situations

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French photographer François Dourlen does his best to put pop culture characters in their true place in the world. Dourlen superimposes characters from your favorite TV shows and movies into the real world, and it's pretty amazing. Take a peak at some of the submissions below!

Crush, Dory, and Marlin casually hanging out in an aquarium.
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Oldies but goodies

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Edward Scissorhands​ getting ready for dinner.
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Oldies but goodies :)

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Ironman flying through the sky.
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:)

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Is that Marge or a British guard?
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:)

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ET, phone home.
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Oldies but goodies

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Wait, Daenerys, is that you?
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:) #gamesofthrones #daenerys

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Like what you see? Check out François Dourlen's Instagram for more amazing posts! In the meantime, click through the gallery below to see the "Hey Arnold!" creator draw Arnold and the gang as famous movie characters!

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Instagram user uses his iPhone to insert pop culture characters into their real-life situations
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Night, Grandma!
Cleaned this one up cuz it cracks me up.
Love
Happy Monday! (Grandma thinks it's Halloween.)
I'm gonna say Stinky's growing alfalfa, because it would be funny to hear him say it.
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