And the proclamation went out in the land.
And so it was that the editors, tending their books by night, were disturbed by a commotion on the stairs. And they were sore afraid.
But an artist appeared before them and said, 'Fear not, for glad tidings of great news I bring (and also some awesome artwork).'
And the artist removed the artwork from its swaddling paper and laid it on a scanner.**
And suddenly, a great company of editors and publishers were singing, 'Glory to Terry Denton in the highest. And in East Melbourne peace among women (and Bruno).'
And SC and JW treasured up all these things and pondered them in their hearts and were grateful.
(Click image to enlarge.)
Look! Look! It's the cathedral! It's the lights of the MCG! It's the Fitzroy gardens! And it's all manner of other wonderful items: tucked away in trees, hoisted by a crane, emblazoned across trucks and dirigibles. There is even punctuation in there, people!
It is truly a wonder.
Thank you very very much, Mr Denton.
*You can read the proper New International edition here. Or the proper proper King James edition here.
** Actually the good gentlemens at Splitting Image laid the artwork on the scanner, and brought unto life a fine digital image. Glad tidings unto them.