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Use the walls to ex­press your nerd sen­si­bil­i­ties

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Pimp your wall with 2D mas­ter­pieces

1 Pelo­ton

The ob­vi­ous bril­liance of Jeremy Har­nell’s de­sign is that you can im­me­di­ately tell you’re look­ing at three in­tense cy­clists de­spite the ab­sence of any bike frames. £80 / kingandm­c­gaw.com

2 Ro­bot Xtra 2

The panic mer­chants of the in­ter­net keep telling us robots are go­ing to rise up and kill us all, but Oli Fowler’s ’bot looks like a two-legged mo­bile disco. £80 / print­clublon­don.com

3 Up­ward

Trump to the left of you, Rus­sia to the right: the prospect of blast­ing off from this bumpy sphere in a rocket and never look­ing back is be­com­ing ever more en­tic­ing. £19.95 / eas­t­end­prints.co.uk

4 Blade Run­ner 2049

There are lots of good shots in this film, but it’s the bit when Of­fi­cer K and Joi get all touchy-feely in the rain that will end up be­ing its most iconic image. from £8.84 / etsy.com

5 Star Wars Art Print

As it’s Star Wars Day this month, you should prob­a­bly cel­e­brate by adding Ale Giorgini’s fun art­work to your al­ready burst­ing col­lec­tion of Star Warsy stuff. £25 / no­ton­the­high­street.com

6 Sci­ence Fic­tion Star Chart

Well, it seems fit­ting that some of the most im­por­tant films and TV shows in sci-fi his­tory should be hon­oured in a star chart. £25 / weare­dorothy.com

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