It’s actually a fly’s eye. The sample library will be insect based featuring a solo bumble bee and an angry arachnid (yeah, I know spiders aren’t technically insects!).So, let's do some digging to see what this little teaser might reveal.
The first hint is the text: This is London calling.
A quick search finds
"The words 'This is London Calling …' were used by the BBC World Service during WWII as part of its broadcast to occupied countries."
The BBC link is also in the image's title: Auntie. An informal name for the BBC. Maybe just the name for the inspiration for the quote, maybe more...
If you want to be more obscure, conspiracy-style, there was also a monthly magazine inspired of it. (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/London_Calling_(magazine))
What does this mean? Probably nothing at all! (Or does it...) ://
Anyone by chance know what the background of the quote is? I brightened it up a lot and it looks to be a microphone, but perhaps someone can link it to something more.
Keep this bumped. At least for the next 89 pages until 28thThey literally just said they don't intend to do subscriptions 2 days ago. See this linked post...