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The following ﬁve images were made with the light-hearted intent of tricking people into thinking that some sort of sequel to Fight Club (1999) was in the works. Of course, this is not actually the case, and as you can see, some of these titles are particularly absurd, such as Fight Club 2: Tyler Saves Christmas.
These digital images use a friend named Julie as the basis for the art.
These digital images use a friend named Russell as the basis for the art.
These digital images use various friends as the basis for the art.
The National Debt
This image was designed in 2005 when the national debt reached eight trillion dollars. Unfortunately, this is already out of date, and a few trillion behind the current national debt (not counting all the huge unfunded obligations, which constitute many tens of trillions of dollars of more debt).
“1010011010” is the name of a song by the band Cog.