The work of Cypriot tattoo artist Andres Vrontis who generates ASCII computer art (using characters and numbers to form pointillist images) then meticulously inks every character in black to create greyscale portraits.
Behold the Hubblephone – a virtually all-screen 5G clamshell due for release in 2020 from the ludicrously over-named Hong Kong company Turing Space Industries.
A 14.3 x 7.6 x 0.6cm ‘main deck’ extends over the top and down the back of the phone with a 50MP, 15x optical zoom camera. An ‘upper deck’ with its own processor and GPU features a further two 12.6cm screens and three 12MP cameras.
Yours for €2,400, if it ever sees the light of day.