Data Scientist Posters and Arts
Data Age was a California-based video game company that developed and published titles for the Atari 2600 platform in the mid-1980s. Among their more well-known titles were Journey Escape (a tie-in with the band Journey) and Frankenstein's Monster, both published in 1982. Data Age released fewer than a dozen games of varying quality. Frankenstein's Monster has been cited as a standout among Atari 2600 games by several game reviewers, while Sssnake and Warplock (both 1982) were included on a list of the ten worst games for the 2600. Journey Escape also received poor reviews and weak sales, despite a $4.5 million marketing campaign, which combined with heavy licensing fees and helped lead to the company's failure. Whether you're a vintage Atari aficionado or tech nerd, this vintage styled Data Age logo is a true rare bird that isn't seen very often...
Tags: geek, programmer, developer, videogame, joystick
Back Off Man I'm A Chicken Nugget Scientist T-Shirt. Meme Shirt for Chicken Tenders, chicken tenders and chicken nugget fans everywhere. Original Back Off Man I'm A Chicken Nugget Scientist Shirt Design featuring classic scientist artwork.
Tags: back-off-man-im-a-chicken-nugget-scientist, nuggets, nugs, nug, strips
Thorn Arcana XIII the Odd Scientist. A key figure in the ancient arts of astrological alchemy and protagonist to the new world human orders. His valiant wand of creationism reaches far through time and decisively strikes balance in the seamless chaos to create order. A master of the dark arts and a soothsayer to a macrocosm of intellects from alien strongholds he holds the recipe for life ancient and new. .: Odd Arcana Collection :.
Tags: surrealism, dope, smoking, death-head-moth, galaxy
Proud of your job as a scientist or just love science or experiments? Show it off with this funny, witty, and cool tee for this career! Makes a great birthday gift, anniversary gift, Christmas gift, Valentines, graduation, homecoming, etc. Perfect for men, women, girls, and boys. Order now!
Tags: science, scientists