Tumblelog by Soup.io
Newer posts are loading.
You are at the newest post.
Click here to check if anything new just came in.

November 22 2017

Flypn

November 17 2017

Flypn
Reposted fromgruetze gruetze viafafnirscave fafnirscave

November 16 2017

Flypn
1375 c55b 420
Reposted fromjarlaxle jarlaxle viadarthsadic darthsadic
Flypn
3739 308b 420
Race
Reposted fromvolldost volldost viadarthsadic darthsadic

November 06 2017

Flypn

November 03 2017

Flypn

October 31 2017

Flypn
Reposted fromFlau Flau viafafnirscave fafnirscave

October 30 2017

Flypn
Reposted fromFlau Flau viadrseilzug drseilzug
0036 c09b 420

verineart:

lawfulgoodness:

a-wandering-minstrel:

yo bro is it safe down there in the woods? yeah man it’s cool by Tomislav Jagnjic

I thought this was just a joke but nope, that’s literally what the artist named this piece.

Some other gems by Tomislac Jagnjic:

And I worried myself sick over naming my art. This is so liberating.

October 28 2017

Flypn
6337 6deb 420
Reposted frommachinae machinae vianaich naich

October 26 2017

Flypn
0761 c200 420
Reposted fromlokrund2015 lokrund2015 viamol mol
Flypn

October 23 2017

Flypn
An institute for fine art and design in Holland, The Jan van Eyck Academie, has come up with an experimental edition of Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451, which requires you to nearly burn the book to read it.
The pages of the book are completely black till you bring heat close to the paper. The sooty layer then disappears revealing the printed text underneath.
Reposted fromgruetze gruetze vianiedoskonalosc niedoskonalosc

October 22 2017

Flypn
Reposted fromschmandwerk schmandwerk viafafnirscave fafnirscave

October 19 2017

Flypn
5533 9a97 420
Reposted frommachinae machinae viaDagarhen Dagarhen
Flypn
4846 d0b0 420
Reposted frombiru biru viaxal xal
Flypn
5368 8888 420
Reposted fromvigil vigil viaundonee undonee
Flypn
5567 49f2 420
Berlin
Reposted fromvolldost volldost

October 14 2017

2535 84a1

gallusrostromegalus:

mia7437:

mia7437:

THIS pisses me off- not because of the truth behind that statement, but because these would have been PERFECTLY ACCEPTABLE intro to programming textbook covers and yet???? what the fuck is this???

Wha??? I????

this isn’t 4th yr ancient civ????

Birds????????

@gallusrostromegalus your opinion???

OK, my dad is a programmer and uh, helped built the internet, and there is an explanation for the Bird at least-

Way back in Ye Olden Days, when people learned how to program via hardcopy books  there was a splendid programmer named Tim O’Riley who wanted to share the good word of Unix with everyone, but was having a hard time selling his books in stores- After all, what DO you put on the cover of a programming textbook?  After consulting with a graphic designer, they decided to start putting elaborate pen-and-ink animal portraits on the covers, and the choice was a rousing success-  the animals really stood out in the middle of early-70′s proto-vaporwave covers:

If you know a programmer older than 60, they have at least 20 of these books somewhere in their house.  Guaranteed.   Here’s a more complete version of the tale (with Lessons Learned) 

Their distinctiveness has created possibly THE NERDIEST joke images ever, the Fake O’Riley Book.  My favorites include:

And My Personal Favorite:

So the bird, at least, is continuing a grand Traditon of Programmers Love Animals And Also Complaining About Programming.

I got no fukken clue about the bananas tho.

Flypn
8806 1c9a
Reposted fromMatalisman Matalisman viafafnirscave fafnirscave
Older posts are this way If this message doesn't go away, click anywhere on the page to continue loading posts.
Could not load more posts
Maybe Soup is currently being updated? I'll try again automatically in a few seconds...
Just a second, loading more posts...
You've reached the end.

Don't be the product, buy the product!

Schweinderl