Seems like as good a time as any to post this Comic Sans type specimen sheet I made a while back.

Seems like as good a time as any to post this Comic Sans type specimen sheet I made a while back.

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A few weeks ago, after nearly 2 years in this house, I finally put some art on my walls - courtesy of the great Jason Permenter.

I’d coveted this “Fundamental Forces” set ever since he first unveiled them back in early 2010, and I’d nearly pulled the trigger on buying them several times but never did for various reasons. Then the Bazan show was confirmed and I realized there would be 40 strangers in my house and I figured it was about time to make it look like someone actually lives in this house. A few weeks later these arrived at my door and I put them up.

They compliment the room as well as reflect my personality. I couldn’t be happier with them. Thanks Jason!

Hot on the heels of the FUNDAMENTAL FORCES OF NATURE series!!and the LARGE HADRON COLLIDER COLLISION poster!!comes a NEW LHC PRINT from the design desk of Jason Permenter*
FOR THE SCIENTIST IN YOUR FAMILY! HURRY! WHILE SUPPLIES LAST!
The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) is a $20 billion, multi-national, gigantic particle accelerator spanning the French/Switzerland border. It’s used by physicists to study the smallest known particles, all in an attempt to understand the nature of the Universe. Thought I might try and give it a nice-looking treatment since it’s an amazing piece of scientific technology. The text in the upper corner includes a list of facts and figures about the LHC, as well as a small explanation of what it’s all about. 
*that’s me.

Hot on the heels of the FUNDAMENTAL FORCES OF NATURE series!!
and the LARGE HADRON COLLIDER COLLISION poster!!
comes a NEW LHC PRINT from the design desk of Jason Permenter*

FOR THE SCIENTIST IN YOUR FAMILY! HURRY! WHILE SUPPLIES LAST!

The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) is a $20 billion, multi-national, gigantic particle accelerator spanning the French/Switzerland border. It’s used by physicists to study the smallest known particles, all in an attempt to understand the nature of the Universe. Thought I might try and give it a nice-looking treatment since it’s an amazing piece of scientific technology. The text in the upper corner includes a list of facts and figures about the LHC, as well as a small explanation of what it’s all about. 

*that’s me.

LHC