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When Beastie Boy Adam “MCA” Yauch passed away Friday, Tumblr users found visual ways to commemorate his death. But Craig Robinson’s might be most innovative of all.

A new graphical illustration by Robinson breaks down the rap group’s classic song “(You Gotta) Fight for Your Right (to Party!)” by which rapper is saying each word.
“This is an idea that has been floating around in my head for a few months, and for obvious reasons, I got around to releasing it this weekend,” Robinson wrote on Tumblr. “You don’t have to pay for it—I certainly don’t want to profit from it—but if you do want to download and print it, it would be nice if you would consider donating something to a cancer charity.”

Robinson has included links to cancer charities in Canada, the U.S. and the United Kingdom.flipflopflyball:

This is an idea that has been floating around in my head for a few months, and for obvious reasons, I got around to realising it this weekend.
Each dot represents one word of the song. The colours represent who is saying that word.
Sometimes, I’m asked if there are prints of my work available; I don’t normally do that sort of thing, but on the off-chance that you would like a print of this graphic, I’m providing a hi-res TIFF (254 x 321 mm / 10 x 12.6 inches; zipped file; 18.1MB) that you can download and have printed.
You don’t have to pay for it—I certainly don’t want to profit from it—but if you do want to download and print it, it would be nice if you would consider donating something to a cancer charity. 
Here are some links to cancer charities in different countries. If your home country is not listed, and you want to donate, just do some Googlin’.
Canada: www.cancer.ca
UK: www.cancerresearchuk.org
USA: www.cancer.org
Here’s the Mediafire link to the hi-res file: fightforyourright.zip

thedailydot:

When Beastie Boy Adam “MCA” Yauch passed away Friday, Tumblr users found visual ways to commemorate his death. But Craig Robinson’s might be most innovative of all.

A new graphical illustration by Robinson breaks down the rap group’s classic song “(You Gotta) Fight for Your Right (to Party!)” by which rapper is saying each word.

“This is an idea that has been floating around in my head for a few months, and for obvious reasons, I got around to releasing it this weekend,” Robinson wrote on Tumblr. “You don’t have to pay for it—I certainly don’t want to profit from it—but if you do want to download and print it, it would be nice if you would consider donating something to a cancer charity.”

Robinson has included links to cancer charities in Canada, the U.S. and the United Kingdom.

flipflopflyball:

This is an idea that has been floating around in my head for a few months, and for obvious reasons, I got around to realising it this weekend.

Each dot represents one word of the song. The colours represent who is saying that word.

Sometimes, I’m asked if there are prints of my work available; I don’t normally do that sort of thing, but on the off-chance that you would like a print of this graphic, I’m providing a hi-res TIFF (254 x 321 mm / 10 x 12.6 inches; zipped file; 18.1MB) that you can download and have printed.

You don’t have to pay for it—I certainly don’t want to profit from it—but if you do want to download and print it, it would be nice if you would consider donating something to a cancer charity. 

Here are some links to cancer charities in different countries. If your home country is not listed, and you want to donate, just do some Googlin’.

Canada: www.cancer.ca

UK: www.cancerresearchuk.org

USA: www.cancer.org

Here’s the Mediafire link to the hi-res file: fightforyourright.zip

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John S Lens, BlacKeys SuperGrain Film, No Flash, Taken with Hipstamatic
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