It makes sense that Stranger Things has spawned so much fan art because the show, which was inspired by the work of creators like Steven Spielberg, John Carpenter and Stephen King, is itself a mega-budget piece of fan art. The second season, now streaming on Netflix, answers some of your most urgent questions -- like, seriously, what happened to Will in the Upside Down? -- but, more importantly, introduces new characters, settings, and monsters for obsessives to draw. Or sculpt. Or stitch onto a pillow.
Whether they're posting on Tumblr, Etsy, Reddit, DeviantArt, or just constructing their own replica of Winona Ryder's Christmas light art installation, the online fan community has run with the concepts created by the Duffer Brothers for their surprise hit Netflix series. While the proliferation of products inspired by the show continues to grow -- Ouija boards, sneakers, and pomade -- the world of fan art remains the place where wildest and weirdest creativity takes place.