The State of the Web, Summer 2011

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The State of the Web - Summer 2011

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P.S. The above artwork is from this comic
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Note: The downloadable .zip file contains individual PNGs which can be opened by any image editor, as well as the original Adobe Fireworks PNG file, which is named tumbeasts_fireworks.png.

Also, a big thanks to Sam Spratt for this amazing Tumbeast illustration:
Tumbeast by Sam Spratt
You can see more of his work here.
Also, there's a bunch of funny Tumbeast stuff on Memebase as well.

Creative Commons License
Tumbeasts by Matthew Inman are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.
Based on a work at theoatmeal.com.


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