my friend said something about this so i did some research...If you have any electronic device that contains microchips, you may own some chip graffiti, the smallest form of public art.
For many years, chip designers have placed tiny, embossed drawings in unused spots on integrated circuit chips. The drawings are made out of the same silicon and other materials that form the circuits. The art is dying out because most chip designs these days are created by automatic software, but many devices still contain older chips that hold the drawings.
There is great variety among the designs, which include human figures, animals, buildings, vehicles, appliances, comic strip characters, and cultural icons like "Mr. T," the "happy face" and Pac Man.
and something i know:
The only word in the English language with all five vowels in reverse order is "sUbcOntInEntAl."