In order to get noticed on Halloween, some people come up with the geekiest designs for their pumpkins. The following Android pumpkin is certainly a very good example of that.
At some point, pumpkins used to have scary designs that made children think twice before knocking on someone’s door. Lately, however, the ones who carve the pumpkins decided to adopt friendlier and less frightening designs. The Android pumpkin, which was designed by Justin from West St. Paul, Minnesota, fits without any doubt in the harmless pumpkins category. The logo and the overall design may not be very sophisticated, but the idea is worth some appreciation. Considering the simplicity of the design, there must have been a small amount of work, fact that does not affect the originality of this Halloween pumpkin.
Younger kids may not know what the alienesque logo stands for, but the designer of this pumpkin also included a caption under it. Hopefully, the children will get curious enough to find out more about this operating system and about the smartphones and tablets that run on it. By creating such things, grown-ups can easily introduce gadgets to the younger generations.
In the above picture you can see the Android pumpkin placed on the designer’s porch, ready to greet whatever monsters might come for treats. While it surely does not scare anyone, the Android pumpkin is actually meant to leave a smile on the children’s faces.