Mr Humpage may want to exercise caution when opening his package from El Reg if the Urban Dictionary definition of gumble is the same as the article's!
Last week we challenged our commentards to redesign The Register's masthead in the style of David Hockney, after the artist scrawled over The Sun's logo in Paintbrush. True to form, our dear readers did not disappoint – albeit with some examples being slightly more true to the Hockney form than we had hoped. Hockney, 79, …
"I'm interested in buying the film rights. I'd like to bid one empty can of Monster Energy Ultra, slightly dented."
Oh, C'mon! The film rights value must be a lot higher than that. Whoever owns them probably has a legal right nowadays to charge newspapers and daily TV news programmes for the use of the IP and video contained in the film.
When I said 'drew', I meant, 'typed'.
I pulled up the original version of the vulture from the masthead ^^^ up there and typed my own version into a text editor (Notepad++). I started by getting the basic shape done in Xs and then went in and altered some of the characters to make it look a bit better.
I'm pretty surprised at how well it came out, it almost looks like the original, if you stand well back and squint a lot. Now I just need to start charging hundreds of pounds for prints and I'll be a proper artist!
You are not familiar with Hockney's iPad drawing/colouring-in from 2012?
See, for example, How David Hockney Became the World’s Foremost iPad Painter.
I'll take the
Can, Raisins, Currants.
Add some fluffy powdery stuff, some spices. I'll skip the filtered content of the can, and add some brandy, mix all that up and stuff it in the can.
Cover it lightly and offer it up around the end of november.....
Not sure what I want for that, but it's what came to mind.
The viciously hooked beak for
Tearing into PHBs
Cons-sultants from Strategy Boutiques with their paradigm de jour.
Politicians whose (lack of) temperance of view is matched only by their ignorance of the subject they are spouting on about.
Nice work. Although IRL I don't think the Sun's readership on Merseyside is going to rise anytime soon.
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