The Game of Thrones Coloring And Activity Book

I’m going to print these out when I have kids, hopefully there will be more of them by then. These Game of Thrones Activity/Colouring-in Book Sample pages from TV.com are highly amusing.

Via Nerd Approved

DIY Pantone Easter eggs

Is it too late to post Easter Eggs? Jessica from How About Orange created these lovely DIY Pantone Easter Eggs and tells you how she did it, it’s quite simple really, but they are lovely. In her own words:

The graphic designer in me couldn’t resist attempting faux Pantone Easter eggs. I dyed these boiled eggs, then typed up the labels and printed them on ink jet temporary tattoo paper. Remember to print the words backwards! (I used Silhouette brand tattoo paper I bought at my local PaperSource, but you can also get similar stuff fromDecalPaper.com.) And yes, I’m such a nerd that I had to match the color numbers properly using my chip book.

Via Miss America’s Tumblr

Books For Geeky Babies…

While I object to the use of the word “nerd” I love the concept of this Nerd Baby Colouring  in Book (Yes I spelt  “colouring”  correctly). If/when I have kids they will be getting a copy of this book by Tiffan Yard it seems to me that there is a whole industry based on selling stuff like this to relatively geeky parents as a couple of days ago I spotted another book entitled Introductory Calculus For Infants by Omi M. Inouye which is available at ThinkGeek:

calculus

I reckon there is a huge market for this and I’m going to start work on “The Very Hungry Paramecium” and the “Amoeba Who Was Wfraid Of The Dark” immediately…

Nerd Baby Coloring in book via Boing Boing Introductory Calculus For Infants via Laughing Squid.

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