Ron Swanson Pyramid Of Greatness Wallpapers

UPDATE (Sept 5/2013): I’ve updated these wallpapers! Now in glorious .PNG format, with new tablet and smartphone sizes, and one less typo than before.*

Click to enlarge, then save to your computer/device.

For PC:

Ron Swanson Pyramid Of Greatness Wallpaper 2013
1900 x 1200
Ron Swanson Pyramid Of Greatness Wallpaper 2013
1920×1440
Ron Swanson Pyramid Of Greatness Wallpaper 2013
2560×1600

For Smartphones:

Ron Swanson Pyramid Of Greatness Wallpaper 2013
iPhone 5 (1136×640)
Ron Swanson Pyramid Of Greatness Wallpaper 2013
iPhone 4 (960×640)
Ron Swanson Pyramid Of Greatness Wallpaper 2013
HTC One (1920×1080)
Ron Swanson Pyramid Of Greatness Wallpaper 2013
Nexus 4 (1280×768)

For Tablets:

Ron Swanson Pyramid Of Greatness Wallpaper 2013
iPad (2048×1536)
Ron Swanson Pyramid Of Greatness Wallpaper 2013
Nexus 10 (2560×1600)

*For the last 2.5 years one square read: CABINS A place to rent that is made of logs, when it should be rest. I misread the source image.

It’s a very nice .PNG format, you could easily make your own poster if you want. But if you try to sell this on Etsy I will cut you.

Speaking of posters:

Ron Swanson's Breakfast Poster

You can grab this baby and hang it in your office. Click the image or here for more information.

Charlie Mulligans Steak House Poster by Dave Delisle

I also made this Charles Mulligan’s poster too. The only large high-res poster available. Click here to grab one.

If you’re looking for another cool printable I have a Mouse Rat CD cover here.

Star Trek Viewscreen Lights

Star Trek Viewscreen

I know what you’re thinking: these don’t exist? I was a bit shocked too. I spent a few hours trying to confirm that these don’t. You would think in this modern age of flat-screen monitors and TVs that maybe this product would be out there. I’m sure many Trekkies would love to have this Viewscreen effect.

I propose a light bar device that would sit under a TV or monitor (UPDATE: or it could be embedded into the TV itself). Its LEDs would blink in a sequence just like the light array beneath the view screen on the bridge of the Enterprise.

A few extras bells and whistles, like the intermittent “ping sounds” or the red alert siren could be included. As long as all the lights and sounds could be managed by remote, as they might get distracting at times.

UPDATE May 3rd 2014: a few years ago Thinkgeek told me they were going to make this, but I don’t think they’re still going to make it in all honesty.