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The 'Twenty Second Series' Reveals Popular TV Spoilers

By: Laura McQuarrie - Published: May 18, 2013 • References: behance.net and designtaxi
If you're wary of TV spoilers, you'll want to look away from Eoin Conlon's 'Twenty Second Series.' The Dublin-based graphic designer has condensed multiple seasons and hundreds of episodes of TV series into text-based graphics that reveal major events and endings.

The concise blocks of text reveal significant moments like the highs and lows of relationships, car crashes, escapes from prison and character deaths. Conlon also keeps tabs on the many flashbacks and flash-forwards in 'Lost.'

The short and sweet summaries have elements that represent details from each series, like a gun-shaped letter 'L' for the typeface on 'The Sopranos' poster and coffee ring stain to represent the favorite coffee shop hangout of the 'Friends' characters.

If you don't mind having the endings of these TV series spoiled, this series is a great way to quickly get brought back up to speed.