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If Columbia Were A Starter Pack

Has your friend made you a starter pack yet? Nah? Ok, sucks for you, but we made one that applies to the whole university. Here is is! Enjoy.

Starter packs look bad. However much effort you might put into finding the perfect objects is almost certainly more than what you put into arranging them on the Microsoft Paint canvas. To demonstrate the problems with current starter pack layouts, I present what the Morningside campus would look like if it were made in 2016.

How are you supposed to walk between classes? How is your eye supposed to traverse the canvas? I’m really not sure, but this artwork is made with as much care and attention as any other starter pack. (Click to enlarge.)

A map of Columbia, but everything is horribly placed and sized

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3 Comments

  • A fan says:

    @A fan Ross what even is this I don’t get it

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous Ross this is ur best work yet also I’m concerned

    1. Ross Chapman says:

      @Ross Chapman 😂😂😂

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