You all know what Pic-a-Pix is, right? Awesome.
I hope you guys are bored enough to solve this one. The solution is an image any SuperJer forum user should recognize... Enjoy.

Yeah, it does have a really stupid name, but it's pretty cool.

You have a grid that consists of black and white squares. The numbers correspond to the number of unbroken black squares in the given row/column. If a row has the number 7 next to it, this means there is a single string of 7 black squares (with no whites in between) in that row. If a row has "13, 4" there are two strings in that row; one consists of 13 black squares and the other of 4 black squares (the 13 string is necessarily on the left of the 4 string). The examples go for columns as well.

Yeah, it does have a really stupid name, but it's pretty cool.

You have a grid that consists of black and white squares. The numbers correspond to the number of unbroken black squares in the given row/column. If a row has the number 7 next to it, this means there is a single string of 7 black squares (with no whites in between) in that row. If a row has "13, 4" there are two strings in that row; one consists of 13 black squares and the other of 4 black squares (the 13 string is necessarily on the left of the 4 string). The examples go for columns as well.

Ah, I get it. Do you maybe have some more?

...and that's the bottom line because Mate de Vita said so.