The squid facts project is all about sharing the beauty, weirdness, and joy of squid through street art and pop-up exhibits. Great art has always been an incredible way to help educate all areas of science. It helps drive interest and understanding to the incredible things that exist in our wild and wonderful world.
Stickers. Shirts. They say "Hack the planet." I don't know what else need be said.
A sticker inspired by the IWW logo, but gayer.
Conformal Decals adds a set of decal stickers to the game Kerbal Space Program (KSP), as well as providing a framework for creating your own decals which conform to the surface of the parts they are attached to.
This means that you can do other stuff with them, like make your own stickers and icons and suchlike. Especially interesting because it has the Semiotic Icons that were used in Alien.
Mirrored at https://github.com/drewcassidy/KSP-Conformal-Decals
License: CC-BY-SA v4.0.
They make custom case badges, labels, and inventory tags.
This is the guy who created that sticker. You can buy them from Stickermule.
Hilarious stuff to download, print or laser cut, and use. Came for the Lament Configuration plans, stayed for the stickers.
A service that will print high-quality stickers, business cards, and what have you out of images that you send to them. Their prices are quite reasonable, also.
A store chock-full of C'thuliana, from stickers to shirts to books. Fun to poke around in.
Someone made up stickers that you can download, print, and put on all of your laptops over the hard drives in case you ever feel the need to run a power drill through them.
Anders Sandberg's transhuman warning signs.