Consider Amorphia Apparel's collections Monsters of Grok, "rock band style t-shirts to celebrate the world's great thinkers" and Hirsute History, "the giants of history, illustrated by their hair", both of which are replete with scientists. I like their captions too, especially for the subset of Badass Women of Science released for Ada Lovelace Day.
|Ada Lovelace, Mathemetician and Programmer, Hirsute History|
|Tycho Brahe, Astronomer, Hirsute History|
Or, consider these minimalist math posters by graphic designer Hydrogene.
|Pythagoras by Hydrogene - the image neatly summarizes the theory we all recall from high school: the square of the hypotenus of a right angled triangle is equal to the sum of the squares of the other two sides.|
|Gauss by Hydrogene - the image shows a Gaussian distribution of course|
|Euler by Hydrogene - the image illustrates Euler's formula|
|Kapil Bhagat's Newton succinctly references his Law of Universal Gravitation and alludes to the (probably apocryphal) story of the falling apple as inspiration|
|Kapil Bhagat's Einstein incorporates his most famous equation by literally replacing E (for energy) with mc2 (for mass times the square of the speed of light)|
|Kapil Bhagat's Copernicus shows his heliocentric model of our solar system with C as orbit, yellow o as sun and the little blue dot on the i as Earth.|
|Kapil Bhagat's pioneering chemist Lavoisier is illustrated with 'oi' as one of his glass vessels|
|Selman Hoşgör, Wilhelm Rontgen, who discovered x-rays|
|Selman Hoşgör's Emile Berliner, who invented the gramaphone|
|Selman Hoşgör's Alexander Graham Bell, inventor of the telephone|
|, Louis Pasteur|
|Neil Degrasse Tyson (whose shadows look like outer space).|