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Last Updated: July 25th, 2013

Andrew Bell is a genius. Or a madman. Or both. Probably both, actually. If you're not familiar with Mr. Bell, you're missing out on some of the best Android paraphernalia memorabilia that you'll find on the net – of course, I'm talking about those awesome Android figurines available exclusively through Dead Zebra. Every Android fan loves those guys.

That's not all Andrew has been up to these days, either. He's been hard at work creating these incredible Android propaganda prints, stylistically designed to replicate those from the 30s/40s.

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If you don't immediately love those, you're simply not an Android fan. They're absolutely incredible, regardless of whether or not you actually code. The entire set of four 18x24 images, which are printed on thick cardstock, goes for $48 – individual posters are $15 each.

But today, you have the chance to score one of four sets for free. Bell was cool enough to hook us up with four sets of these beauties to hand out to you lovely people, so let's get to it.

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The giveaway begins now and will run for one week. It ends on Tuesday, July 16th at 12:00 AM PT (Midnight). It's open across the globe except Italy (sorry, guys!), so go crazy. Winners will be picked at random once it's all done.

Good luck!

Cameron Summerson
Cameron is a self-made geek, Android enthusiast, horror movie fanatic, musician, and cyclist. When he's not pounding keys here at AP, you can find him spending time with his wife and kids, plucking away on the 6-string, spinning on the streets, or watching The Texas Chainsaw Massacre on repeat.

  • Sigma

    If I don't win I'll buy one anyway, great design!

  • xyzzs

    I love the code for victory print. These are fantastic.

  • Jayanth Prathipati

    I enjoyed the feature creep one the most! It was hilarious and somewhat truthful if you code for a living. Client feedback can get interesting...

  • Corey

    I like code for victory! I love old propaganda posters.

  • Konstantina

    comment that code... its so thoughtful :D

  • Nasir Khan

    I love the "Design, Develop, Deploy" poster. The colour scheme and the typography really work for me on that one.

  • garychencool

    i need posters, nothing is interesting in my room

  • Ivaylo Stoyanov

    I like the 'Comment that code' poster because it's not only important for other people to understand your code, but also for you if you ever decide to revisit it.

  • Tyler

    Code for Victory! Slightly outdoes Design, Develop, Deploy due to the country propaganda reference

  • Sidhant

    Definitely comment that code. Love the design, and it's something nobody does enough.

  • vowywowy

    "Code For Victory" because I really like that colour combo.

  • LesSavvy

    Though not related to Android coding, my gf told me about a little fun they had at her work recently. Users complained about a dashboard segment that had not been updated for some time. In looking into it they discovered that the scheduled job that did the updating had been deleted by the operations guys. Second occurrence of that very job being deleted because the knuckleheads didn't know what it was for lack of documentation. Nice job, guys.

  • http://facebook.com/markdepeche89 Marco Menini

    I love the colours combination of Code For Victory

  • Jeff B

    I really like the Code For victory one. The image of Andy with the scarf blowing and planes up above is unique!

  • Kyle Cheung

    I like the "Design Develop Deploy" one because the color combination of blue and red is really unique.

  • Maxwell Kozlov

    Love the Code for Victory one. The picture of the droid looks appealing.

  • Ali

    I like the "Design Develop Deploy" because its cool and it's android.

  • https://www.facebook.com/max.chen2 Max Chen

    When looking at the back-end of some tools made by other engineers, I swear they purposely add useless loops and call functions to make the code harder to read so they are needed for debugging... -_-'
    Just from experience, "Comment that Code" poster is my favorite

  • Jonathan Nakhla

    The "Comment that code" poster because it actually brings up a very important point. Commenting code helps both your future self and others who might look at or use your code in the future :)

  • Lokarta

    Code for victory is definitely my favourite - the scarf absolutely makes it for me. Wonderful!

  • Ricky Law

    Code for Victory!

  • Emilio Mendizabal

    Code for Victory, till the end!

  • Jonathan Danna

    I love the Design, Develop, Deploy print. It's just cute. :)

  • rubicstrue

    Feature creep... So true..

  • dash_ok

    design develop deploy. because i'm beginner about coding android :D

  • TheJauntyJester

    "Code For Victory" as it's good motivation whilst I continue to work towards a computer science degree.

  • AdamFrancisGarbacz

    I need some faux-soviet style motivation in my dev lair. Big fan of "Design Develop Deploy"

  • Stacy Shaw

    These are pretty awesome

  • Jon

    The "Code for Victory" is my favorite, it's amazing! The design is great and hopefully it will help remind everyone to actually commit on time :

  • James G Britton

    I really like the idea of having this up in the office. The comment your code one is my favourite because no matter what the project I'm working on it's always one of the most important parts of the development. Although often, not nearly enough time is spent on it.

  • Aricitewil Oaqeliudamouz

    The "Code for victory" is wonderful.

    I suppose, it's help me to "fight" with iOS developers in my department. I'll have to buy a niblick, if i'll not take the poster. It'll be "driver", i think.

  • Taylor LaBrier

    To say that I fully understand all of these posters from experience would be a lie. I'm not a developer. However, everyone who has ever worked on any kind of project before knows and understands feature creep or project creep so that one has to be my favorite.

  • Harsha Koraddi

    Would love to Have one among them

  • Yalla Tschikowski

    Code for Victory by far. It just looks nice.

  • Julie

    I love the Feature Creep poster because it's something I'm prone to
    doing. I see something new, think, 'Oh that's cool', and before you know
    it it's two months and I'm still not done =/

  • Ben Schoon

    I wouldn't mind one of these...
    I like Design Develop Deploy

  • dextherex

    Design develop deploy! But they are all beautiful

  • Curtis Massey

    Awesome!

  • Mebibyte

    My favorite has to be the "Code for Victory" poster. That scarf is awesome!

  • Lazer Bear

    I like the "code for victory" one best, becase of the cool war propaganda feeling it has!

  • FellowUser

    The 'Code for Victory', it reminds me that as someone who works in the publicity game you gotta pump out awesome code in order to help win pitches and clients. It's pretty great.

  • pula

    Code for victory! Because we all need to do our fair share for the effort. It's #HOLO soldiers like you that will win the war

  • Davis

    Nicely done on all of them

  • Piko Neal

    Freature Creep is my favorite one. Espcially in an app. You made the app for a particular thing. Keep it simple, and make it become as awesome as possible for that one thing. If you want it to something else, make a new app.

  • @bleakneonblack

    These would look lovely displayed over my desk. :) I like "Design Develop Destroy" purely because it's evil looking.

  • RevolcFael4

    The "Code for Victory" one, it has #HOLOYOLO warriors in the background

  • Moorandro

    Code for Victory...That'S why I'd like to win it :D

  • Ignacio armijo

    Comment that code, cause it helps others understand

  • Noah Hibbard

    The 'Design Develop Deploy' is my favorite of the four because of the poster it's based off of and because I am a fan of alliteration.

  • Ashley Remigio

    Ha, I don't code so I can't really relate with these (I still want them though!) but the Design, Develop, Deploy is my favorite. I like the colors.

  • James Hartman

    "Comment that code!" 'cos nobody likes code that's only machine-readable...

  • Brew

    Code for Victory is cool.

  • mihaits

    just... wow...

  • mihaits

    the code for victory one is definitely my favourite

  • Andrew Kachaniwsky

    These are pretty awesome. Code for victory!

  • triq6

    I like the "Code for Victory! Commit for Country!" one the best, because it's the most similar to the "old-timey propaganda" posters.

  • Hosam Arnous

    awesome posters

  • Pratik Singh

    I love comment the code ... by the way dat scarf is awesome! :D

  • Mohamad Ali Al-Ghazwi

    CODE FOR VICTORY COMMIT FOR COUNTRY!

  • Amer Khaznadar

    In term of design, the "code for victory" gets my vote. In term of the message it's "comment that code" all the way, it's hard not to support that message when you're knee deep in 17+ years old legacy code.

  • Majdy Shaltaf

    comment the code
    after a couple of weeks I cant understand even my code's purpose

  • mcmb03

    My favorite poster is the Design Develop Deploy, because with where my internship is this summer, it would fit in perfectly.

  • Arian

    I just love this

  • zab

    Yeah, feature creep kills
    Love'em all

  • Jonas Bagwell

    Design Develop Deploy!

  • Kiran Parmar

    The "Comment That Code" one is my faorite coz I've been in situations where some commenting would have really helped me understand what/why is a piece of code present.

  • Salkras

    I personally love the "design develop deploy" poster the most, mainly because its just the most provocative to actually get off the couch and get into some amazing work.

  • Clayton Reeves

    I love the Comment one. So many times I wish people would have commented their code.

  • Colin Kaminski

    funny stuff

  • http://the-jade-domain.com Jaime J. Denizard

    Comment that code is my favorite with DDD being a close second because of the awesome image.

  • Andrew Lumi

    Design Develop Deploy
    I like the design better than the rest

  • Lee Ser Chim

    I really like the retro feeling of the Design, Develop and Deploy poster!

  • Живко Јанкулоски

    i love all the prints.theyre awesome

  • http://www.androidpolice.com/ Artem Russakovskii

    Winners posted. Congratulations!

  • Nayners

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