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Ever see something that makes you kick yourself for not thinking of it first?

It happens to us on a regular basis. If only we had the initiative, imagination and skill to do it all by ourselves.

These portraits are another painful example. Portraits of key tech figures (and Obama) which consist of the very icons that matter to them the most, well, it all stings quite a bit.

From Mark Zuckerberg in Facebook paraphernalia to Tomohiro Nishikado, the Space Invaders creator, built with those malicious alien ships, it's all annoyingly, enviably smart stuff.

You can find more work from Charis Tsevis here.

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