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Raccoons in Iconic Movie Posters

Michael Nozinich for Obsev.

It's the start of the work week, and you're not exactly in the best mood because of it. We totally feel you. On that note, we have the perfect cure for your Monday emos. Need a break from that spreadsheet? Tired of typing out emails? Want to zone out during your meeting? Read on. An artist by the name of Michael Nozinich created a slew of amazing raccoon-themed movie posters for Obsev. Why? "Why the F not," the website says. 

Raccoons in Iconic Movie Posters

Michael Nozinich for Obsev.

Good enough reason for us. The artist inserted pictures of raccoons into famous movie posters like Sharknado renamed "Raccoonado," and Jaws renamed "Paws." See what they did there? Clever, clever. We gathered up some gems for you to enjoy, but you have to be sure to visit the site to see the rest. I mean, How to Lose a Raccoon in 10 Days just sounds so wonderful, don't you agree? BTW, so far this Lord of the Rings spoof is the only one of these posters that doesn't make us want to sleep with a light on tonight. 

Raccoons in Iconic Movie Posters

Michael Nozinich for Obsev.

This Mad Max one is a different story. Like, get the eff away from us with those beady-ass eyeballs, right? We know it was meant for the original film, but "The future belongs to the mad" couldn't be a better tagline for this poster either. Jumpin' jelly beans, those animals are freaky. "Furry Road" is actually kind of hilarious, though. Can someone please tell this amazing artist to design posters for Mean Girls, Clueless and the cast of My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2!? 

Which poster would you hang on your wall? Tell us in the comments! 

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