1. Space

    You Can Score a Limited Edition Voyager I Print Free From Txchnologist

    To celebrate Voyager I becoming the first human-made object to reach interstellar space, the folks at Txchnologist mocked up this lovely vintage-style poster. They liked it so much, they decided to have a run of them made, and now they're giving them away to fans. Here's how to claim yours.

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  2. Entertainment

    Arrested Development Has Character Posters and They Are Making Our Lives Better

    Sometimes, in our rush to cover stories about weird stuff like dark lightning and make Glen eat weird things that are terrible for him, the story of the week slips by us unnoticed. Clearly, the most important story of this week is Arrested Development's new character posters, which we present here for your perusal. Here's hoping they make your day as immeasurably better as they've made ours. If there's a possibility that we could get more excited for the show's impending return on Netflix next month, this might just do it.

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  3. Tech

    Notice Is Hereby Given That All Citizens MUST Everywhere, Everyday, Constantly …

    Finally! A law with universal popular support. (via Reddit | Available at Burning Books)

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  4. Science

    Mental Disorders Represented as Minimalist Posters

    After researching mental health, British designer Patrick Smith took it upon himself to represent several mental illnesses with minimalist posters. Obviously a difficult subject, but Smith approaches it creatively and with respect.

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  5. Entertainment

    Comic Book Demotivational Posters

    We can't imagine a single aspect of our lives where we wouldn't want to follow the example set by Frank Castle. Scans_Daily has a roundup of great comic book based de/motivational posters, four more of our favorites after the jump.

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  6. Entertainment

    Charlatan, Martyr, Hustler

    Fantastic poster by Joey Roth, as originally seen in 48 Hour Magazine. (Now Longshot!) Now available as a limited-run letterpress print.

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