This new print by UK design outfit Dorothy looks like your average Macintosh cross-section schematic. But instead of web of wires and chips, there’s an entire miniature world dedicated to the history and legacy of Apple and the Mac.

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The image abounds with fun jokes. There’s a big Steve Jobs statue on the top floor titled “El Capitan,” a room with big cat taxidermy, which is a reference to earlier OS X software releases, and other tiny nods to Apple’s history. In total, there are 29 different references and more intentionally kept hidden. It’s like a Where’s Waldo for Apple fanboys.

Dorothy is selling the print for £30, which I’m told is about $44. A fitting tribute to a computing classic.

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[Dorothy via Fast Company]