"Vanity of vanities, all is vanity" - Written on the Ball of the Fool's Staff.
Historians aren't sure who drew this wild, unique world map dated to around 1580CE. A Jester in traditional garb is outlined with precision, face replaced with a map of the world. "Know thyself" is prominently displayed up top. That's us in there. What's he trying to say?
Regardless of the artist's meaning, we updated their work and offer it to you here: Own a piece of history with what could be one of the oldest 'sick burns' created. (He's talking to us, for sure. But did he have flushing toilets and Reddit? We win.)