Proving it’s hip to be lots of tiny little squares is Dint Design, an ATL-based company run by a guy named Hugh who makes Nintendo-ish portraits of pop culture icons out of pixelated cuts of paper that're stacked to create an image that’s "best viewed at a distance", much like Brooke Hogan.
Movies: Go throwback with Star Wars characters like Chewbacca, the flesh-less version of the Terminator, Johnny 5, or "Kirk & Evil Spock" -- a great gift for any Vulcan-obsessed Trekkie if you're in a pinch.
Girls: Ditch the Tiger Beat poster of Six from Blossom and pick from a joint with two smiling geishas, a topless replica of Marilyn Monroe's famous red Playboy centerfold, and, boasting a slightly different artistic approach, a face-only portrait of Bettie Page made of actual pins, which Hugh calls a “pin-up”, because it’s made of pins, and he's mad clever.
Historical: Look like you paid attention to more than Miss Hayes’ butt in high school by copping a painting-replica Ben Franklin, a trading card-ish Jackie Robinson, the Tiananmen Tank dude, and even a mushroom cloud from a detonated H-bomb, which’s perfect for Fat Men and Little Boys alike.
Dint's also got a '70s AMC Gremlin, two Beatles prints, Mr. T, and Mona Lisa, and will make a custom work with any photo you provide, including "your kid, Mom, pet, car, or anything" -- so send him that picture of Brooke Hogan at the far end of a football field, and have him get to work!