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Plug into STAR WARS and Other Pop Culture with Electrical Outlet Stickers

Plug into STAR WARS and Other Pop Culture with Electrical Outlet Stickers

Pop culture-related fandom has come a really long way. It used to be hard to track down enough of the nerdy things we loved to use some toys, posters, and comics to decorate our personal spaces. As nerd-related culture has grown and moved to the forefront of, well, pretty much everything–we now live in a wonderful time where everything can be geek-ified. Including our wall sockets.

These shockingly cool decals come to us from a recent post on Geyser Of Awesome. They were created by Seattle-based designer Zachary Dodds and depict some of our favorite pop-culture characters from Star Wars, Doctor Who, Star Trek, and more by using the general face shape electrical outlets already have.

The small decals, which are for sale on Dodds’ Etsy page, ElectricStickerCo, make use of a psychological phenomenon known as pareidolia. We humans are terribly vain creatures and like to see ourselves in just about everything so our brains translate the three-pronged socket as a face.

Each of the nerdy decals, as well as a number of animal themed ones, will run you just over three dollars. Now, even though it’s common sense, we’d be remiss if we didn’t stress that these are probably best for the adult geek’s home or office where they can be used on plugs far away from any children.

And since they’re meant to be looked at, it’d make more sense to use them on outlets that will be seen by friends and co-workers, so they will finally know just how far your nerdy fandom goes.

Take a look at a few more decals below and let us know which ones are your favorite in the comments section!

Images: ElectricStickerCo

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