May 2018 Nerdy Post Unboxing

Hello lovelies. Today’s blog post is all about what I got in this month’s Nerdy Post box. This month’s theme is Sci-Fi and I am so excited to see what this box has in store. Nerdy Post is a bookish monthly subscription box that features all book\movie\t.v. show inspired items. Nerdy post does not send out books in this subscription box which I think sets it a part from every other subscription box. There are three different boxes you can get. The first is the Nerdy Post Lite which has 6 items. The second is the original Nerdy Post which has 10 items including a t-shirt. The final box you can get is the Ultimate Nerdy Post box and it includes 13 items including a t-shirt. I purchased the Original Nerdy Post with the T-Shirt. Please leave me a comment below letting me know what your favourite item in this month’s box is. 

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The first thing that I see in the box is the t-shirt for this month. The quote on it says “I would have lived in peace, but my enemies brought me war.” This is a quote from the book Red Rising. I love the design of this shirt. The colour of Mars is so bold, I like how the ship looks likes it moving and how the text is fading. 

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Then we have the spoiler card for this month. On the front it has a beautiful designed print. The quote says “there are no limits except for those that we impose on ourselves.” That quote was from the television show Fringe. I love the contrast between the red and blue. I also enjoy that the word “for” is in the middle and that it is half of one colour and half of the other. 

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The next item in this box is a lapel pin. On it it says space pirate with a astronaut on it. The pin was inspired by the Martian. I love the ombre effect of this pin and how it isn’t  just a circle like most pins. It adds uniqueness to it. 

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After that we have a two sided bookmark. The first side says “‘That sounds like something out of science fiction’… ‘we live in a spaceship dear.’” This quote is from Firefly. I love the two typographies of this quote. It is simplistic. On the second side it says “the right words can change the world.” This quote is from Ender’s Game. I like the design of this side as well. The picture of the earth on the side makes it pop. Nerdy Post bookmarks are my favourite to use because they feel so soft and buttery. This will be put to good use. 

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Another item that I see is this keychain. The quote on it says “Brought product to surface of Mars. It stopped working. 0/10.” This quote is from the Martian. I enjoy this keychain because it is simplistic and funny at the same time. 

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In this month’s box we also get four travel the universe postcards inspired from different planets from sci fi movies, tv. Shows and books. The first one is inspired by the planet planet Gallifrey from Doctor Who. The next is inspired by Valkyrie Spires from Red Rising. The third is inspired by Crait from Star Wars. The final post card is inspired by Magrathea from The Hitchhiker’s guide to the Galaxy. These postcards are absolutely beautiful and cohesive. This was such a cleaver idea. 

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Next item is a mini print that says “you deserve every star in the galaxy laid out at your feet”. This quote is from Illuminae. The typography is beautiful an I love the galaxy background. 

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After that we have the colour in postcard that Nerdy Post provides us in every box. This month’s has a astronaut and planets. 

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Then we have a sticker that is inspired by Doctor Who. The quote says “all of time and space, everything that ever happened or ever will… where do you want to start.” I love the blue background under the blue background. 

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The final item we get in the box is this print inspired baby Star Wars. The quote says “Hope is like the sun. If you can only believe in it when you can see it, you’ll never make it through the night”. I love the text and how the light hits the planet.  It’s beautiful. 

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