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(WLBZ2.com)   I'm puzzled as to why anyone would make "The Last Supper" from Rubik's cubes   (wlbz2.com) divider line 59
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2009-10-24 05:50:42 AM
Wow that's pretty cool. My eyes hurt from looking at it.
 
2009-10-24 06:55:51 AM
I went 'cause the headline. Got disappointed by the pic but then started the video. WOW.
 
2009-10-24 07:08:28 AM
I'm on the bus on the way 2 work. Could sum1 post the pic in the thread because my phone won't load the site.
 
2009-10-24 07:11:14 AM
I would prefer it if it were Salvador Dali's last supper.

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2009-10-24 07:12:33 AM
Severely deluded people will buy anything if you put a religious message behind it.
 
2009-10-24 07:14:23 AM
earthworm2.0: I'm on the bus on the way 2 work. Could sum1 post the pic in the thread because my phone won't load the site.

i904.photobucket.com
 
2009-10-24 07:14:49 AM
Y'know, usually I'm not one to harp on about poor grammar in a news article but:

"The Guinness people are looking to see if it breaks any records."

Jesus. farking. Christ.
 
2009-10-24 07:17:25 AM
A few questions:

Who decided on the seating arrangements at the Last Supper?
Who was the caterer?
What was on the menu?

Just asking...

Ooooooh... That was loud!! Was that a clap of thunder?
 
2009-10-24 07:32:42 AM
For use after The Last Supper....
www.perpetualkid.com
 
2009-10-24 07:45:39 AM
Was it a Cubist version?
 
2009-10-24 07:50:26 AM
Gunther: Y'know, usually I'm not one to harp on about poor grammar in a news article but:

"The Guinness people are looking to see if it breaks any records."

Jesus. farking. Christ.


Rule 34 in play?
 
2009-10-24 07:51:45 AM
it needs more cats, after all it IS caturday
 
2009-10-24 08:02:49 AM
cats4rent: it needs more cats, after all it IS caturday

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2009-10-24 08:27:07 AM
A prominent Florida collector has acquired the artwork.

Ever wonder why Florida has its own tag?
Well, now you know.
 
2009-10-24 08:28:16 AM
Britney Spear's Speculum: Severely deluded people will buy anything if you put a religious message behind it.

You don't have to be religious to appreciate art, especially di Vinci.
 
2009-10-24 08:34:39 AM
i236.photobucket.com
 
2009-10-24 08:35:11 AM
OK, call me a peasant, but this seems to me more like a craft than art. I mean, Leonardo was the artist, but what is the message or meaning behind simply copying his work by using Rubik's Cube faces as pixels?

I guess people will find all sorts of things to do to waste time and then say "looka what I did!"

/of course, there's stuff I do that someone might say that about
 
2009-10-24 08:49:31 AM
Wow, that is amazing.
 
2009-10-24 08:52:28 AM
Not quite right. More like the Penultimate Supper
 
2009-10-24 08:53:09 AM
I wish I had too much time on my hands.
 
2009-10-24 08:53:14 AM
some one at my work has one of these things, its john lenin or one of those old farts. ill snap a pic and post it when i get to work today. didnt think it was real at first.
 
2009-10-24 09:00:39 AM
I hate it when I have to allow 35 different server addresses in noscript just to look at one little thing.
 
2009-10-24 09:01:07 AM
Eddie Adams from Torrance [TotalFark]

That picture is funny...gonna save it for laughs...Thanks
 
2009-10-24 09:02:56 AM
Awesome. Maybe the publicity on this will help my soon-to-be-released Zombie-Jesus revenge movie, I Know What You Did Last Supper.
 
2009-10-24 09:10:38 AM
syndre: I hate it when I have to allow 35 different server addresses in noscript just to look at one little thing.

oh yes
 
2009-10-24 09:14:24 AM
HamWBone: some one at my work has one of these things, its john lenin .

Who?
 
2009-10-24 09:27:31 AM
Square meal?
 
2009-10-24 09:32:26 AM
PartlySunny: HamWBone: some one at my work has one of these things, its john lenin .

Who?


You know, it was Vladimir Lenin's long lost son.
 
2009-10-24 09:37:06 AM
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/hot
 
2009-10-24 09:39:12 AM
Tyler823: I would prefer it if it were Salvador Dali's last supper.

I likes me some Dali, but some of his Christian works are just morbid.
 
2009-10-24 09:40:58 AM
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2009-10-24 09:42:58 AM
Eddie Adams from Torrance:

I was going to suggest that LEGO would've been a much better medium, but it seems someone beat me to it.
 
2009-10-24 09:50:24 AM
subby: "I'm puzzled as to why anyone would make "The Last Supper" from Rubik's cubes"

Why not? If that's what you like - go for it. I once made a statue of Vicky Vette out of marshmallows.

/It didn't turn out very good so I had to eat it.
//Whut?
 
2009-10-24 09:52:01 AM
I bet they peeled off the stickers to solve the painting.
 
2009-10-24 09:55:17 AM
...for the lulz?
 
2009-10-24 09:58:03 AM
From the video, for those unable to see it:

farm3.static.flickr.com
 
2009-10-24 10:00:24 AM
www.imagefrog.net
 
2009-10-24 10:00:29 AM
Noo nee noo nee noo: From the video, for those unable to see it:

Wow, it looks exactly like the real "Last Supper" painting, but strangely pixelated. I absolutely did not expect that.
 
2009-10-24 10:18:55 AM
blazemongr: Noo nee noo nee noo: From the video, for those unable to see it:

Wow, it looks exactly like the real "Last Supper" painting, but strangely pixelated. I absolutely did not expect that.


You have to step back and look at it from a distance to let your mind erase the pixelation.

From a purely technical standpoint, this was an impressive feat. Someone went to a lot of effort to take the mosaic pattern and render it into "Rubik".
 
2009-10-24 10:23:05 AM
I don't see Peter Rabbit in there... FAIL!
 
2009-10-24 10:31:06 AM
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2009-10-24 10:39:04 AM
I object to the use of the pronoun "I" in the headline. It has been a long-standing and time-honored tradition to use the proletariat replacement "Subbie" in casual headlines, when the headline calls for something a little more formal "Submitter" is the proper term.

Look, we have traditions for a purpose, I will not stand idly by while you run willy-nilly and slip-shod all over what our founding fathers set in motion.

Although there is no law or codified rule that states a headline must follow tradition, it only shows a tragic breach of form to do otherwise. A perfectly good headline was needless ruined by subbie's shocking disregard for the historical precedent that Fark is a nation by-the-people and for-the-people.

The collective nouns are used to say that "Subbie" is any man (or woman) who reads Fark, it is not just Subbie individually who is puzzled by the how's-and-why's of such a vexing conundrum, but all of us, or any of us.

The judges in our courts use the collective "We" when rendering decisions, to indicated that they speak for the populous as a whole and as individuals. And just like we have with judges, we the people, have entrusted Subbie with an important and powerful task. Subbie's whole purpose is to make us chuckle by reminding us that we all see the world in the same twisted way that he or she does.

I am immediately writing my congressman and letting him know this unexcused breach of duty should be dealt with swiftly and harshly.

Good day Sir!
 
2009-10-24 10:42:57 AM
cats4rent: it needs more cats, after all it IS caturday

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2009-10-24 10:58:15 AM
candiru.fish: I object to the use of the pronoun "I" in the headline. It has been a long-standing and time-honored tradition to use the proletariat replacement "Subbie" in casual headlines, when the headline calls for something a little more formal "Submitter" is the proper term.

Look, we have traditions for a purpose, I will not stand idly by while you run willy-nilly and slip-shod all over what our founding fathers set in motion.

Although there is no law or codified rule that states a headline must follow tradition, it only shows a tragic breach of form to do otherwise. A perfectly good headline was needless ruined by subbie's shocking disregard for the historical precedent that Fark is a nation by-the-people and for-the-people.

The collective nouns are used to say that "Subbie" is any man (or woman) who reads Fark, it is not just Subbie individually who is puzzled by the how's-and-why's of such a vexing conundrum, but all of us, or any of us.

The judges in our courts use the collective "We" when rendering decisions, to indicated that they speak for the populous as a whole and as individuals. And just like we have with judges, we the people, have entrusted Subbie with an important and powerful task. Subbie's whole purpose is to make us chuckle by reminding us that we all see the world in the same twisted way that he or she does.

I am immediately writing my congressman and letting him know this unexcused breach of duty should be dealt with swiftly and harshly.

Good day Sir!


subby feels your pain.

/me
 
2009-10-24 11:11:26 AM
BOOO HISSSSSS!!!! ALL OF YOU! .....derp... jim hensens story teller in now on netflix.

any who, ill up the pic ina few hours after i get my keystone/seagrams 7/ xanax/ zolipidem nap in.... untill then keep guessing who it is... cause i dont know!

/bonus point, the flask i got off of ebay has a stamp on v lenin at the bottom... or is it stalin...i dont know... i like rape! get off me!
 
2009-10-24 11:32:39 AM
So much work for something so conceptually weak. It's a waste of a pretty cool medium. They could have made some kind of deeper statement with it, instead of this tacky pastiche.
 
2009-10-24 11:39:34 AM
Try chainsaw art.

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2009-10-24 11:53:31 AM
I would have been more impressed if they had done "The Birth of Venus". Or at least "The Scream".
 
2009-10-24 12:54:52 PM
www.duelinganalogs.com
 
2009-10-24 01:39:00 PM
Why? Because they live in Bangor, Maine.
 
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