Nerd Out Your Workspace with These Geeky Posters

For those of us who aren’t going back to school but are just continuing on with our work lives, it doesn’t mean we don’t get to join in the fun of “back to school” type shopping. Right now is a good time to freshen up the workspace, say, with a nice new geeky poster to keep feeling motivated.

Mac Trackpad Gestures ($20): This is a nice poster for all the Mac-users out there who love their Magic Trackpad so much, they’d like to hang it on their wall and stare at it all day. An extra bonus: this print was designed to fit in IKEA’s Ribba frame, making it an affordable piece for decorating.

eBoy Cities Posters ($27): eBoy is a group of three designers who “create re-usable pixel objects” to build complex artwork. We’re into the city series and were happy to pick out the Los Angeles poster. Can you find your city?

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Periodic Table of Typefaces ($20): We have friends that are obsessed with periodic tables, which is nerdy but also kind of cool. That’s why we got very excited about this periodic table of typefaces.

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Nintendo Mario Kart ($9.50): We don’t know about you, but we’re hardcore Mario Kart fans over here and play it on any console, which is why we’re crazy about this poster.

Smiling Computer on Blue ($89): For those of us unfortunate enough to have faced the “unhappy computer” on an Apple device, this happy computer is a lot more welcoming.

Defeat the Beast Vintage Poster ($50): These retro video game propaganda posters are like works of art. We’d love to have the set. (Our favorite is “Defeat the Beast").

Fail Whale ($50): It’s frustrating to be met with this image when trying to load Twitter, but there is something kind of cute about the fail whale. This wall graphic can be removed and re-used up to 100 times.

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Hungry Android ($20): It’s always fun to sport T-shirts with the Android gobbling up an Apple and it seems just as fun to tack one of these up on our wall.