Bar none the weirdest sticker I’ve ever seen, the Knock on Wood Touch Wood are self-adhesive patches of wood meant to allow you to knock on wood to fight off bad fortune and generally just be weird anywhere and anytime you want.
There’s nothing like decorating your own place, especially the walls. This usually entails wallpaper or paint of some kind. Thankfully, that’s not your only recourse, especially if you love retro gaming. These Blik Asteroids Wall Stickers will quickly turn your pad into a giant Atari game.
It’s not officially licensed, but it’s as geeky as the ones that are:
This shirt was designed by Red Bubble seller Jimiyo. If you look closely though, you’ll see that it has one minor flaw: there are only five tile designs shown, even though a Rubik’s Cube is supposed to have six different tile colors or patterns.
Are you a gamer? Do you have a car? Do you know someone who likes games? Or has a car? Well have I got a deal for you! Why not pimp out your car (or your friend’s) with these awesome Super Mario vinyl decals.
The geeks of this generation are being asked to mourn with the UNSC. It’s our responsibility to enlighten them about the plight of others. Lovesick Robot Designs is here to help.
Pass the word and let the young ones know.
These great typographic laptop stickers for your MacBook were created by Hu2 Design in collaboration of the French designer r.ferrer. They definitely make your MacBook look stand out in a crowded coffee house.
Have you always wished that you could make your shiny new Mac look a bit more Steampunk-ish? Look no further, because Dave Quattrini has created a bunch of stickers that are made to stick onto your laptop and transform it into a vintage typewriter.
After a long day of immersed in a round of Uncharted 2, sometimes it’s nice to take a break from those cinematic next-gen 3D graphics and get back to basics. And there’s nothing quite as primitive as a good old game of Pong.
If you’re looking for a simple (and removable) way to customize a gaming system, vinyl stickers and clings can be a good place to start. The (likely) lack of permanent damage offers a safety net to the clumsy and un-artistic, and it doesn’t take much effort to produce something that looks slick and personalized, like this Nintendo DSi redone as a monument to the Mooninites of Aqua Teen Hunger Force, who do whatever they want, whenever they want, all the time.
Are you an unemployed web developer? Why not show off your resume credentials with these funny web technology bumper stickers.
John Freeborn’s CODE Stickers are perfect for building geek cred with the guy in your rear-view mirror.