You’re obsessed. We’re obsessed. The whole world is obsessed.
It’s almost hard to believe that it’s been only two weeks since Netflix put the first season of Stranger Things up for instant viewing, because it already feels like one of the most beloved pieces of entertainment to ever grace the screen. While it normally takes a new movie or TV series a good deal of time to build up a massive audience, the Duffer Brothers-created show found the one it was aiming for almost immediately, and it’s not hard to see why. We’ve finally hit peak ’80s nostalgia, and nothing to date has done it better.
A testament to how beloved Stranger Things has quickly become, there is already a plethora of fan art being shared across the web, so much of it that someone who didn’t know any better would probably assume the show actually was made, as it very much feels like it was, in the 1980s. The characters, particularly the Goonies-esque kids, are some of the most likable and instantly iconic to come along in many years, and it seems there are few artists out there who love the show and haven’t already felt compelled to draw Eleven and the gang up in their own unique style.
Stranger Things, needless to say, kind of has the best fanbase ever.
Looking for the most awesome Stranger Things fan art? We’ve put together a nice little gallery so you don’t have to go hunting. So check out our favorite pieces below, and if you come across any cool art that we missed, be sure to reach out and let us know!
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