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11/08/2014 05:35 pm ET Updated Nov 08, 2014

Artist Illustrates Movie Title Typos, Unintentionally Blows Up The Internet

Austin Light

He did it for his friends, and then something trends, unexpectedly.

Artist Austin Light wasn't trying to blow up the Internet. Things just happened that way.

As Light explains on his website, he originally just wanted to do a project for INKtober, an initiative where artists create a new piece each day for the entire month. He chose movie title typos from a Reddit thread as his topic. Then, at the end of the month, he posted all his work on Reddit, and the rest is another entry in the ongoing story of instant Internet sensations.

Light's art, which has more than one million views on Imgur to date, has received so much love that now he is even turning them into prints and shirts. Check out the illustrations below:

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Movie Title Typos

See more of Light's work here.

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