Hewlett-Packard, that personal computer maker that wants to be so hip it hurts, has announced they have acquired Logoworks, a company that sells clip art as logos. The move was made in order to “provide small businesses with access to professional design solutions at a fraction of market cost.”

Says Vyomesh Joshi, executive vice president, Imaging and Printing Group, HP:

Today’s small businesses are increasingly turning to the web for marketing tools and services that strike a balance between affordability and quality, by adding Logoworks’ web-based graphic design service to our portfolio, HP can now provide the right mix of cost savings, flexibility and professional quality to help make a small business look big.

Making small look big is so vital to good business and HP knows it.

The technology giant is rumored to be making even more acquisitions in order to help inflate organizations around the world. Analysts predict HP will soon offer their own line of products to include: Viagra, Hummer H3 (likely to be called Hummer HP), platform shoes, breast implants, North Korean hair dryers, and Mac Pros.