A 1937 image painted by artist Umberto Romano seems to show a Native American holding an IPhone.
The imaged called Mr. Pynchon and the Settling of Springfield includes confused looking tribesmen and american sailors circling around what looks to be a curious native looking at the IPhone.
Unfortunately the image does have a more sinister side, being the depiction of the American colonialism of Springfield. In the battles related to this specific take over led by William Pynchon, it is thought over 8000 Natives lost their lives.
The image is mysterious in nature and whatever story Romano is trying to tell seems to center around this phone like contraption. Let us know what you think it is, and please share this article!
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