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Sunset on Pine Island

30"x20" Poster on Heavy Semi-Gloss Paper or Fine Art Canvas.

Imaginary Light

30"x20" Poster on Heavy Semi-Gloss Paper or Fine Art Canvas.

Last Train to Nowhere

30"x20" Poster on Heavy Semi-Gloss Paper or Fine Art Canvas.

Principles for Good Relationships

It turns out that having good relationships is harder than it looks.

Over the years, as I've lived and loved and made mistakes, I've put together a list of relationship guidelines that have helped me to have happier, healthier, more productive relationships.

This 16"x20" poster is printed on heavy semi-gloss paper and offers food for thought for anyone involved in this whole business of relationships.





Taxonomy of Logical Fallacies

You know that person, the one on the Internet? You know which one I mean, the one who's always wrong?

The poster of the Taxonomy of Logical Fallacies is like armor against that person. It's a list of common logical fallacies, arranged in a Venn diagram by category: Argumentative Errors, Logical Fallacies, and Cognitive Errors. With this handy reference poster, not only can you identify the exact fallacy that person is making when he or she is wrong on the Internet, you can even say "Ha! That's a logical error!" or "Hey, I recognize that, that's a cognitive error and and argumentative error!"

This 16"x20" poster is printed on heavy semi-gloss paper and makes the perfect addition to any bedroom, study, college dorm room, classroom, laboratory wall, or almost anywhere esle, except perhaps a politician's office.

Map of Human Sexuality

The Map of the Lands of Human Sexuality is a fun, whimsical exploration of the range of the human sexual experience. The range of human sexuality is vast; there's a lot of weird and wild stuff going on in people's bedrooms (and living rooms and cars and elevators and...). The Map tries to help express all that.

The poster version is big (24"x36") and features a glossary of a lot of different sex terms used on the map.

I've had folks tell me that they use it as a game, that they put stickers on it to show the places they've been, that they use it to talk to their lovers...all kinds of neat stuff.

It also makes a really fun gift. And it's just plain pretty hanging on the wall, where it will get a lot of attention, believe me.