Geeky Fridge Magnets

My old work mini fridge died. It was covered in so many stickers from over 16 years. After buying a new mini fridge, I decided to make a whole bunch of custom magnets for it, instead of using stickers to customize it. Below are pics of the old and new fridge. Have fun guessing the shows or movies the magnets are based on.




Can’t guess any of the old ones, but I do know of few of the new ones!

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The only ones I recognize are Hitchhiker’s Guide To The Galaxy and Empire Strikes Back.


I think I got 5 more besides Empire and HHGTTG:
Atari is just Atari
Baby Groot from Guardians of the Galaxy
Hack the Planet is from Hackers
There is a Transformer (I think) bottom right
And the Bureau of Paranormal Research was from Hell Boy

I feel like I should know what the tiki/totem is from, but no.


Looks great!

those are really awesome!

NIce work! Is the Tiki from The BRady Bunch? You know when they went to Hawaii? I think it was Marsha’s fault. It was always Marsha, Marsha Marsha…


I love the old stickers and the new magnets!

That DON’T PANIC is the best thing ever! I need to make a giant sign for my shop like it! Love Hitchhiker’s Guide!

The magnets are great since you’ll be able to rearrange should you desire. Fun post!

Ok had to make a few more and update one.

Here’s the list starting at the top left . . .
Dungeons & Dragons
Tiki God - The Brady Bunch
Don’t Panic - Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy
Atari - video games
Zombie Outbreak - various zombie games
Godzilla - maneki neko (happy cat)
Buckaroo Banzi - The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension
The Empire Strikes Back
Good for Health, Bad for Education - AKIRA (anime movie)
Hack the Planet - Hackers (movie)
Thundercats - cartoon
Baby Groot - Guardians of the Galaxy
Bureau for Paranormal Reseach and Defence - Hellboy (movie, comics)
Horde Shield - World of Warcraft game
Overclocked - Megatokyo (webcomic)
Radioactive - Back to the Future
Autobot - Transformers
Shenron - Dragonball (cartoon)


Those turned out great! I’m glad you said what they are from, as about half of them I didn’t know.