Unskeptical Scientist Stickers and T-shirts

 unskeptical scientists Trust Committees

I’ve had requests  from around the world for larger artwork for The Unskeptical Scientist. And Ralph from Kane-TV has helped out again by producing files that can be scaled up to billboard size. (Thanks!) So here are version for Shirts, Badges and Powerpoint.

So here, you can click on the images and get larger art versions. The Illustrator files are infinitely expandable, but for a 15cm image (like a sticker) the Tif files are perfect for printers. The Powerpoint files are the right size for slides.

Feel free to use the Gif or Jpg files on any site that will let you post them.   🙂



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Unskeptical Scientists Trust Committees

 unskeptical scientists Trust Committees

Illustrator version “Trust Committees” 660kb ….

Tif version “Trust Committees” 115kb

Powerpoint version “Trust Committees” 300kb

 Orange badge

Illustrator Version “Orange Unskeptical Badge” ….

Tif version “Orange Unskeptical Badge”

Powerpoint version “Orange Unskeptical Badge”

 White badge

Tif version “Unskeptical Scientist – White”….

Powerpoint version “Unskeptical Scientist – White”….

 Blue badge

Illustrator version “Unskeptical Scientist – Blue”….

Tif version “Unskeptical Scientist – Blue”

Powerpoint version “Unskeptical Scientist – Blue”

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3 comments to Unskeptical Scientist Stickers and T-shirts

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    Dean Turner

    The typefaces in the Illustrator files need to be converted to outlines (Ctrl+Shift+O). This way, the person who opens the file doesn’t need the font to view or print the artwork properly.

    The typeface that is the problem is “KristenITC-Regular”


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    Dean Turner

    I forgot to add:

    I love these!


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    My memory isn’t quite certain anymore. I think it was Stephen Jay Gould in a book called _Dinosaur Hunters_ who told the tale of a palentologist who has worked out ,to his own satisfaction, the epochs of evolutionary history — to a point where he refused to look at conflicting sample data taken from other digs. Gould — if it was Gould — presented this as a good thing … But it was also Gould, I’m pretty sure, telling a tale with the opposite moral in _Wonderful Life_ about a collection of specimins that had been mistakenly forced into taxonomies that didn’t fit — then the data went unlooked at for most of a century.

    I wonder if the late DR Gould would in this situation want to examine, or ignore, the data?