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Rigil Kent (July 11, 2012, 18:25:37 PM):
Or raise them.

a red A
Scarlet A .... just for the sake of nitpickin'. :P

brianvds (July 11, 2012, 18:39:06 PM):
Whichever gimmicky science theme you go for, DO NOT forget to add some tasteful classical references as well. Just to balance things out, see. You can't go far wrong with nudes. A buxom young maiden straddling a Möbius strip are sure to turn some heads.

Well, here's a scientific sort of nude:

May be a tad tricky to get it onto the tile though. Perhaps one could turn it into a stencil?
LJGraey (July 11, 2012, 21:27:56 PM):
Lol... Seems like you're spoilt for choice Faerie. Some really brilliant ideas here.

You don't exclusively have to go for sceptcism either. How about a shared love or interest?

My dad had a photo of a guitar that drew a lot of interest. He was an Elvis fan, and this pecific guitar was owned by an Elvis impersonator. This guy went out and bought every Elvis memorial postage stamp he could find, then meticulously pasted the lot on the face of the guitar as if it was a solid sheet of stamps. The photo my dad had was just big enough to peak visitors' interest. Many of them ending up spending several minutes examining the photo close-up. I myself ended up spending many an hour examining the minute detail, much to the annoyance of anyone coming in the front door... I'm sure there's a way something that fragile can be preserved on tile?
cr1t (July 12, 2012, 10:11:32 AM):
Hmm, it would be super geeky (hence awesome) if one were to mount the Einstein's face illusion somewhere.

We have a neighbor with a Jesus's face done like that in his wall.
Rigil Kent (July 21, 2012, 16:35:59 PM):


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