These geeky valentines are full of somewhat nerdy pop culture references. The collection of Valentine's Day cards were illustrated by PJ McQuade. Based in New York, the illustrator created similar sets of greeting cards before, including Star Wars Valentine's Day cards.
His 2015 geeky valentines featured six new characters including Hodor from Game of Thrones, Brick Tamland from Anchorman, George McFly from Back to the Future, Quint from Jaws, the Lord of Darkness from Legend and Khan from Star Trek. The romantic greeting cards had a pop culture reference written inside -- from "Hodor" (in fancy script, no less) to "I love lamp and I love you."
If you are looking for a unique card to give your significant other on February 14th, these are great options.
These Geeky Valentines Designed by PJ McQuade are Perfect for Feb. 14
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