Blind Pilot Hoodies
A shirt often worn by pilots of the 181st Fighter Group when they are off duty and out of uniform. You served with distinction in the 181st Fighter Group, under Major Baron Soontir Fel. You are among the elite of the elite Imperial pilots. You earned your bloodstripes slaughtering Rebel scum and you continue to do so with alarming ease. You fight for family, for peace and for your Emperor. But most of all, you fight for the men and women flying on your wing. This elegantly simple design is perfect for hardcore Star Wars fans. Complete with Aurebesh text, this design screams “nerd cred”. Sure to impress people at your next convention, RPG session, or even just casual Friday at the office.
Tags: star-wars, 181st, 181st-fighter-group, 501st-legion, 501st
You served with distinction in the fabled Gold Squadron, helping to rebuild it after Red 5 blew up the Death Star. Hopefully one day, you'll be able to add a Death Star of your own to your already impressive kill sheet. For now, it's an honor to be able to serve in such a famous squadron and know you are striking fear in the hearts of the enemy by your very presence. This elegantly simple design is perfect for hardcore Star Wars fans. Complete with Aurebesh text, this design screams "nerd cred". Sure to impress people at your next convention, RPG session, or even just casual Friday at the office.
Tags: funny-star-wars, gold-leader, gold-squadron, y-wing, fighter-pilot
Sir Frederick Pottinger is a popular figure in bushranging history. A baronet who tried to hide his nobility by becoming a policeman, he earned the nickname "Blind Freddy" because he was so incapable of locating the bushrangers plaguing his district.
Tags: bushranger, frank-gardiner, beard, man-look, australin-history
When I was in college, we'd often have to put our artwork in front of the class and everyone would critique it. There was this one guy that always did the strangest color combinations. Most of the time they worked really well. One day someone asked him why he used pink. He was confused and said he thought he used green. Turns out he's color blind. Saw a test recently that reminded me of that story and inspired this piece. What do you see? http://www.artisticdyslexia.com/
Tags: beige, green, red, logo, polka-dot