Dark Ages Baseball T-Shirts
Bubonic Plague was one of the darkest points in human history and a very fascinating subject. One of my favorite (weird to say regards to the topic) aspects were the plague doctor masks. The reason for the long "beak" was to put scented objects to help combat the smell of death in the places they had to frequent.
Tags: mask, bird-mask, bubonic, bubonic-plague, black-death
The Celtic Cross is one of the most popular and enduring symbols of Celtic identity and culture. In the Dark Ages, as the Celtic populations of Britain and Ireland were converted to Christianity, they brought some of their older, pre-Christian style to the symbols of Christianity. What was born was the Celtic Cross. A unique blend of the Old Celtic religion and the new Christian religion.
Tags: celtic, celtic-knot, celtic-knots, irish, ireland
It's a little known fact that post-Age of Fire, Capra Demon put down his blades and picked up an axe of the musical variety. Capra Demon spent the rest of his days fronting legendary deathcore trio Capra, with his canine partners in crime on drums and bass. One of Capra's earliest gig t-shirts was recently uncovered on a long-frozen hollow in Eleum Loyce. This t-shirt design has been faithfully reproduced and is now available to all fans of these deathcore pioneers. https://www.facebook.com/peanutgolem
Tags: bloodborne, capra-demon, capra, video-games, videogame
This latest design is of the GREEN MAN! This frondescent fellow is very much a mystery, but it is widely accepted that he is a pre-Christian, Celtic nature spirit representing the cycle of life, and the rebirth of plants and nature in the Spring. The green man went into hiding with the spread of Christianity, but vestiges of his viny visage continued to appear in the carvings of churches, chapels, and cathedrals. In fact, there are more than 110 green men carved into the crevices of the esoteric Rosslyn Chapel (the cryptic chapel associated with the Knights Templar after they were disbanded and went into hiding). The oldest found carving of the leafy lad's foliate face dates back to 400 AD! The green man archetype is connected to some legends that you may not have heard of such as Jack-in-the-Green, the woodland faery Puck, Cernunnos, and Herne the Hunter. But the green man also lives on in other legends you probably HAVE heard of such as Robin Hood, Peter Pan, the Holly King (you know the Holly King better as the Ghost of Christmas Present), and the Green Knight of Arthurian legend. All of these characters beckon back to an older time.
Tags: neo-paganism, druidism, pagan, myth, mythology
Dilly Dilly. Be a true friend of the crown. Here is to friends you can always count on. This is the dark version of our popular design.
Tags: dilly-dilly-a-true-friend-of-the-crown-beer, dilly-dilly-bud-light, dilly-dilly-a-true-friend-of-the-crown, pit-of-misery-dilly-dilly, budweiser-parody
Mr. Robot takes its name and logotype from the Mr. Robot computer repair shop, which appears in the show's first episode only as a patch on Christian Slater's jacket. This is the dark version of the Mr. Robot patch logo which looks great on lighter color tees and includes some subtle vintage wear to give it a little street cred. For a more thrashed on vintage look, check out my 'Mr. Robot Dark - Vintage' version!
Tags: fsociety, evil-corp, e-corp, eliot, hacking