A multifarious collection of things that peak my interest. If you're attracted to nature, the macabre, nerdgasms, nostalgia, anecdotes, musings, wisdom, romance, humor, and miscellaneous other, then I hope you find something you like here. Enjoy!
Tobias Volckmer, Quadrant, 1608. Gilt Brass. Braunschweig, Germany.
Universal quadrant for mathematical, astronomical, astrological, and military operations. Not only is the ornamentation refined, but the lines are etched with high precision, yielding reliable results within a modest margin of error. More: Museo Galileo
Sinclair Dinosaurs 1964 New York World’s Fair
John Orris/The New York Times
Pokemon TCG Southern Island Collection, illustrated by Naoyo Kimura and Keiko Fukuyama
A ridiculous party game from the “Valentine Party” section of the Dairy Queen Party Book, 1960 (scanned by WeirdVintage)
A sea unicorn, illustrated in 1582.
There may be no rest for the wicked, but that doesn’t mean there is no time for fun and games! “Underground Party" by Morkki is currently one of the highest scoring designs on Threadless, and Morkki made this incredible GIF to accompany his design!
Score some design submissions and help us decide what to print next!
Friendly skeleton from Natural History for the use of schools and families (1864)