Photo via MacBook selfie stick

These people actually made a MacBook selfie stick

Nothing is sacred anymore.

 

David Britton

Internet Culture

Published Feb 26, 2016   Updated Feb 29, 2020, 11:02 am CST

The selfie stick, perhaps the greatest invention ever for lonely narcissists, has finally (hopefully) found its loneliest, most narcissistic form.

Meet the MacBook selfie stick, a beefed-up selfie stick designed to hold the weight of your MacBook.

Unfortunately (fortunately?), the sticks aren’t actually for sale. The contraption, and the photos, are the work of three artists—John YuyiTom Galle, and Moises (Art404)—who previously brought us such projects as the Netflix and Chill room and this video of all the major Hollywood studio intros mashed together.

It’s quite likely that this stick doesn’t even work, as there isn’t a single selfie in the photo gallery. Not that it matters; the artists still managed to perfectly capture exactly what they were looking for.

H/T Mashable | Photo via macbookselfiestick.com

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*First Published: Feb 26, 2016, 6:21 pm CST