These geeky poster prints would look good on office walls and anywhere, er, geeky! I especially like the poster with ones and zeros, which means “I love you” (the final image shown)….
If you love technology, you can’t pass on this calendar. It was designed using HEX numbers instead of the decimal notation. All computer geeks (especially those who work in/studied this field may remember trying to memorize the different values in your initial computer classes. Much like binary, Hexadecimal was yet another challenge to conquer)
This print reads ‘ Whatever you do, be you’. It serves as a reminder to always be authentic and staying true to your personality.
“I love you more now than ever” is a cute digital print for your special someone. This print has a textured background which is available in other colors as well. This print would make a great anniversary gift as it is a reminder than when you love someone, that love continues to grow throughout the relationship despite disagreements or struggles.
This print reads “One, Two, Three, Love”. It makes for a great wall art piece for you bedroom, living room, hallway or nursery room. It is meant to remind you how important it is to love.
Say it with binary code and say it in poster size. This prints reads: I love you which has been translated to computer code. Ones and zeros all the way.
If you are looking for a funny print to decorate your room or to give as a gift, this is a great option. This print reads “Save the Earth. It’s the only planet with chocolate”. It is a reminder to care for our planet and with a funny twist to it that should appeal to all chocolate lovers.
I think its great when both small and larger companies sell pre-printed posters like these. If you ever wanted to print your own posters─say─that you designed yourself, you could try a service like PrintRunner. The first poster I ever designed was for my brothers band, and I love designing them ever since. I think at the time I got about 100 copies printed!
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I found these Victorian graphic design posters and leaflet collection via Attitude Design. I think it’s great to look back upon design ‘before Photoshop’ and see how different and varied advertising was back then [READ MORE].