Looking for original ideas for a geek in your life? Take a loot at my design ideas that are available on numerous products in the RedBubble online store.
As you know, I’m a blogger by day and a designer by night.
Below, you will find a portfolio of my design ideas that are available in the RedBubble online store on numerous products: clothing, personal accessories, home decor, and stationery.
Don’t worry, no fancy layouts and flashy colors. I like simple ideas and minimalist artwork.
Most of the designs are available in multiple earth tone colors that are complementary: chocolate brown, latte beige, sky blue, or stone gray.
I hope you’ll enjoy the designs:-)
Gifts for geeks – unique ideas and minimalist artwork
Brain Fully Recharged with Books
Brain Fully Recharged with Books. A battery icon shows what your brain needs the most. An idea puts books inside the battery icon to show that the brain is fully recharged. Would actually love to see a small bookshelf like this.
4DAM2 – The Ultimate Douglas Adams 42
4DAM2 – The Ultimate Douglas Adams. A humble answer to the question of how to visualize Douglas Adams’ 42 – The Answer to the Ultimate Question of Life, the Universe, and Everything. The answer is 99% finished and 1% accurate, or the other way around.
Stay Away, I Am Rereading
Stay Away, I Am Rereading. If “Go Away, I’m Reading” is not enough.
My Week Is All Booked
My Week Is All Booked. If “My Weekend Is All Booked” is simply not enough.
So Many Books, So Much Fun
So Many Books, So Much Fun. If the “So Many Books, So Little Time” is not your problem.
Just One More Series
Just One More Series. If you need more time than for “Just One More Chapter.”
Book Lovers Never Go Outside Alone
Book Lovers Never Go Outside Alone. True by night: “Book lovers never go to bed alone.” True by day: “Book lovers never go outside alone.”
All-Feel Drive. Here’s something for adventurous readers. Inspired by the Jeep logo, the design shows books in the place of the iconic car grille. The line says “all-feel drive.”
Polka Bot – Polka Dot Variation
Polka Bot. Bots are everywhere. Introducing polka bot.
BKWRM – Bookworm
BKWRM – Bookworm. BKWRMs like to keep it short and bold.
BKLVR – Book Lover
BKLVR – Book Lover. BKLVRs like to keep it short and bold.
Read And Be Bright
Read And Be Bright. Reading books makes you brighter.
Mental Strength: Excellent
Mental Strength: Excellent. A cellular signal strength icon shows books instead of bars. The more books you read, the stronger your mental health is.
Consider It Read
Consider It Read. “Consider it done” for book lovers. A checkmark icon is made of two books, with a text “consider it read.”
Wondering-Loading Icon. When a computer thinks, it’s always too long. When a human thinks, it’s usually not long enough.
Dreaming-Loading Icon. Sometimes the loading icon can perfectly describe the very human state of mind.
Bookcinated Against Ignorance
Bookcinated Against Ignorance. Bookcinated – immune against ignorance. I get bookcinated every evening:-)
Careful or You’ll End Up in My Instagram Story
Careful or You’ll End Up in My Instagram Story. Not only for aspiring novelists who turned into influential Instagrammers. A funny idea inspired by the design of Instagram stories with a text referring to “careful or you’ll end up in my novel” meme.
Bookworm by Day, Booknerd by Night
Bookworm by Day, Booknerd by Night. A little tribute to certified 24/7 book lovers:-)
Booknerd by Day, Bookworm by Night
Booknerd by Day, Bookworm by Night. A little tribute to certified 24/7 book lovers:-)
Bookworm Phonetic Notation
Bookworm Phonetic Notation. Bookworm – a person unusually devoted to reading and study. A definition and phonetic notation come from my beloved Merriam Webster Dictionary.
TL;DR Phonetic Notation
TL;DR Phonetic Notation. TL;DR (Too Long; Didn’t Read) – a phonetic notation comes from Merriam Webster Dictionary.
Reading in Progress
Reading in Progress. The benefits of reading books shown in a minimalist computer progress bar interface.
Band of Booknerds
Band of Booknerds. Band of Booknerds design is inspired by the title lettering of the Band of Brothers TV series that was based on Stephen E. Ambrose’s 1992 nonfiction book from 1992.
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