Almost-Free Posters

I love the internet because it has pretty much made paying for things obsolete. Case in point: The ubiquitous dorm-room poster. Now you can quickly and easily turn any image into a poster-sized objet d’art for your cinderblock wall. Final result: The quality suffers, but it’s so damn cool!

Block Posters
is of the set-it-and-forget-it variety; It just takes your image, enlarges it and spits it back out again in handy PDF format.

Example:

Look how happy this girl is with her ginormous block poster of Stonehenge!

Rasturbator, on the other than, aside from having a mighty fine name, rasterizes the image first before churning out the PDF. You know how pictures in newspapers are just little dots? Like that. Lots and lots of little dots.

Example:


Mamma said KNOCK YOU OUT.

I had a friend who was intent on making a giant rasterized photo of his face and hanging it from the Mocon rafters. Alas, his dream was never realized, but it is his legacy. His legacy that has now been handed down to you. Go forth, children, and fill the world with huge blown-up photos of Britney Spears’ meticulously de-haired vag.

9 thoughts on “Almost-Free Posters

  1. Anonymous

    For Dan Franklin’s (’09, transferred to Georgetown tho =( ) birthday last year, JJ DelSerra rasturbated a huge pic of Dan’s face and put it up in Dan’s room. It took up most of a wall (in Hewitt)… it was craZy.~Michelle K.

  2. Anonymous

    For Dan Franklin’s (’09, transferred to Georgetown tho =( ) birthday last year, JJ DelSerra rasturbated a huge pic of Dan’s face and put it up in Dan’s room. It took up most of a wall (in Hewitt)… it was craZy.~Michelle K.

  3. Anonymous

    For Dan Franklin’s (’09, transferred to Georgetown tho =( ) birthday last year, JJ DelSerra rasturbated a huge pic of Dan’s face and put it up in Dan’s room. It took up most of a wall (in Hewitt)… it was craZy.

    ~Michelle K.

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