Why turn everyone in your mom's 1968 high school yearbook into cartoons? Because it's there, man

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This isn’t really gadget related, no, but I appeal to everyone’s geekish and nerdly enthusiasm for a project such as “Excelsior 1968” wherein Robot Johnny’s John Martz quite simply turned over 1,000 students in his mom’s 1968 yearbook into cartoons.

He’s selling the finished product for seven dollars. You can see every single page on Flickr if you’re not interested in buying the actual book, but think how awesome this would look on your quirky-trendy coffee table from Urban Outfitters.

via Neatorama

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