Lambda logo from the Half Life series, with cool grunge effects. More pop culture and video game related designs can be found on my store page: https://www.teepublic.com/user/remus Deviantart: http://tesparg.deviantart.com/ Pinterest: https://pinterest.com/remuscb/teepublic/
Tags: geek, pc-games, gamer, gaming, videogames
So after making a shirt that had an obscure reference with nothing about the name of the podcast on it, we decided it was the perfect excuse to put another T-shirt design up! In two different lettering colors, show love around the office, while you're shopping, or during church with the official Sunny In Phoenix Podcast shirt! Get a hoodie, mug, or phone case, we don't care what you buy as long as you buy something!
Tags: nba, suns, phoenix, sunny-in-phx
An orange a day keeps the doctor away. Okay, it's normally "an apple a day..." but why choose apple when you can have orange? Original illustration from my (Richard Stelmach) Daily Orange series, the greatest colour on Earth. Each day I draw something orange on a post-it note with a Sharpie. If you like oranges or things that are drawn (who doesn't?) and wish to express your passion or wear it upon your body, Orange is the way to go.
Tags: food, ink, simple, art, black
As Alex says, It's funny how the colors of the real world only seem really real when you viddy them on the screen. A lovely tribute to the most ultra-violent droog to grace the retro cinema. This is a custom design inspired by the classic Kubrick film. Printed on a black soft jersey. Enjoy!
Tags: work, alex-delarge, droogs, ultraviolence, moloko
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Tags: spy, sarah-walker, bartowski, intersect, tv