Posters are a great way to cheer up your work space, whether your home office, the walls of your cubicle or even your swanky corner suite.
We’ve got a great selection of geeky posters and prints from classic Apple advertising to curious Android typographical illustrations.
Take a look through the image gallery, click through on the blue title text for more info on each image, and let us know in the comments which posters you’d pick for your office.
xkcd’s “Map of Online Communities” is a fascinating snapshot of 2010’s web world.
We’re big fans of the eBoy group’s pixel art. They’ve created a whole collectible series of city posters that includes North American locations as well as London, Paris, Tokyo and Berlin.
The “Periodic Table of Typefaces” is a witty take on font classification. Also available: “So You Need a Typeface” flowchart and “Typefaces of the World.”
Cost: From $16
As well as digital tools for designers, these VectorSets are available as prints. With tons of different sets, you could create a really striking grouping.
Cost: From $24.49
5. Andy Versus
One of a set of Android-themed illustrations, this poster depicts a little green bot fending off attack from a rather familiar figure…
This simple Etsy print would be a great pic for a Nintendo fan.
Cost: From $8.50
Former Apple designer Susan Kare offers limited edition prints of her classic icons.
Cost: From $89
The Oatmeal’s “Grammar Pack” includes four great comics: “how to use an apostrophe,” “how to use a semicolon,” “10 words you need to stop misspelling,” and “when to use i.e. in a sentence.” We can’t think of a better set of rules to stick on your wall, especially if you work with words.
Frogger, Dig Dug, Tron, Joust, Donkey Kong all get propaganda posters in this rad, retro set.
More fun for font fans, this gorgeous graphic deconstructs typography, and would look great in your design department.
Cost: From $35
11. Fail Whale
If you’re a fan of Yiying Lu’s “Fail Whale,” then this three-foot wide version should bring a smile to your face.
Grab a slice of web history with this now classic depiction of Web 2.0 circa 2006. It’ll be a collector’s item one day…
13. Google Doodles
Everyone loves Google Doodles. Sadly, Google’s online store offers just seven designs in print. Collect the lot and hope for more in the near future.
Cost: From $4.75 each
Flowtown had a hit with its great “Evolution of the Geek” infographic. Now you can buy the poster version.
15. Typographic Maps
There’s a whole set of typography-themed maps that accurately depict the features of major U.S. cities using nothing but type.
Cost: From $30
As well as Apple-themed prints, some of Kare’s contemporary Facebook icons are also available as limited edition prints.
Cost: From $89
We adore Visual Aid’s huge collection of geeky prints. They offer graphical explanations of a huge range of topics including color theory, types of hats, The Beatles vs The Rolling Stones, table settings, flight times and much, much more.
Cost: From £4 (approx $6.50)
This excellent Etsy poster offers you a field guide to Mac trackpad gestures. Also available is an OS X button legend and a quick reference for shortcuts.
More from The Oatmeal with this hilarious comic that explains why working at home is both awesome and horrible. It’s an absolute must for any telecommuter.
20. iA Web Trend Map
iA has mapped the 140 most influential people on Twitter, when they started tweeting and what they first said. Fascinating.
21. Apple’s “Think Different” Posters
Finally, you can still get hold of Apple’s iconic “Think Different” posters on sites like eBay. Some are more rare than others, but just imagine how great the whole set would look framed on your office wall.
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