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'Where the Wild Shins Are' by Lindsey Gilbert Mixes Music & Movies

 - May 16, 2010   Updated: Aug 15 2011
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'Where the Wild Shins Are' by Lindsey Gilbert is an adorable diorama that mashes up kids' movie 'Where the Wild Things Are' and indie rock band The Shins. Gilbert's illustration is on point, as she renders The Shins band members in monsterrific costumes playing a gig in the middle of a lush forest.

See more shots of 'Where the Wild Shins Are' by Lindsey Gilbert above, and keep clicking for more clever dioramas.

Implications - Businesses that incorporate different pop culture references into their products will benefit on the basis of brand recognition. Consumers will likely be attracted to products with which they are able to identify familiar characteristics or qualities.