Explore a cartoon world without social distancing.
It’s April Fools day, and with the world as it is right now I figured folks in our community could use a little distraction – even if only for 10 minutes.
So, I’ve spent the last six weeks working with the talented illustrator Gus Morais to produce a massive picture that’s packed with fun details for you to discover. Plus, there are 30 well-known folks from the Swift community scattered through the picture – can you find them all?
The original picture itself is huge, weighing in at 5374x3508, but once you factor in a key helping you identify everyone you should be looking for, the finished result is an eye-watering 12850x5700 pixels in size.
So, you should open one of the pictures below in a new window, then zoom to see all the details – along with the 30 people there’s lots more to discover! Some people are harder to discover than others, and honestly I think you’ll struggle to find all 30. Prove me wrong, if you dare!
Regardless, I hope this picture provides you with a little fun today. Thanks for being a part of our incredible community ❤️
Remember: these folks can stand close together because they are cartoons, but you’re not – stay safe, and practice social distancing!
I’ve provided two versions of the picture: the original, and the original plus a key. If you think you really know the Swift community then try the first one, but if you need a little help check out the second…
Make sure and click the pictures to see the full-sized version!
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Paul Hudson is the creator of Hacking with Swift, the most comprehensive series of Swift books in the world. He's also the editor of Swift Developer News, the maintainer of the Swift Knowledge Base, and a speaker at Swift events around the world. If you're curious you can learn more here.
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