Pulling off a fro takes discipline, extreme care, and the utter confidence that what you're yanking on is a wig. For a different kind of fro you'll never want to pull off your wall, check out Fro Designs. From a locally based graphic designer, Fro's a limited-edition poster house dedicated to retro-art prints based on both current and classic pop culture phenomena, which according to LL Cool J, he's something like. The sweetest ish's a four-piece series of Super Mario Bros propaganda posters from the point of view of the Koopas, with WWII and Cold War-esque graphics like an evil-looking Mario deigning to take over the world, one with a Koopa leading a team of flying turtles, and the final one a Banksy-ish foot stomping a fireflower with the phrase "don't let power-ups fall into enemy hands", and surely that would've happened had the Soviets kidnapped Shawn Kemp in the '80s. Old cult-film-repping pieces include a recently completed, simplistic, sillouhetted ode to The Black Hole, a kinda psychedelic-looking homage to David Cronenberg's The Fly, and two pieces dedicated to Jackie Brown -- get 'em before they sell out, or at least start guest starring on Smallville. In addition, just in case you're still living in '07, he's got a ton of posters repping LOST, though if any of those dudes had fros, they'd have been much easier to find.