Google did have some lighthearted fun poking at Apple during its keynote Tuesday morning (though not nearly as viscous as it was last year). The above image is the same one that was displayed for all to enjoy at Google I/O, and the artist -- Frank Ntukula -- was rather thrilled Google had used his image for their keynote, and we can't say we blame him. Although, Lloyd was rather ticked -- he never got that love.
In any case, we've linked the image in the Android Central forums for you all in case you wanted to make some wallpapers out of it. We'll get some more posted in the wallpaper, ringtones and themes forums later and by all means, share em if you make some from the image as well.
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