The Flag of South Korea, or Taegukgi (Taegeukgi). A white background, a red and blue yin- and yang-symbol in the centre, and four black trigrams, on each corner of the flag. The flag frames a vector image of a one pint, collapsable, roarer burner pressure stove. Some fantastic and innovative versions of this classic, brass pressure stove were produced in South Korea
Tags: paraffin, one pint stove, collapsable stove, roarer burner, brass pressure stove
A roarer burner, pressure stove, framed by the Swedish flag, blue with a yellow cross. Many of the best brass pressure stoves were made in Sweden. This vintage stove, vector image is modelled on a 1 pint roarer burner.
Tags: paraffin, kerosene, camp stove, kerosene stove, cooker
Kerosene pressure stove. I drew this design with the lover of classic pressure and camping stoves in mind. The stove I modeled it on is a one pint brass collapsable roarer. These stoves are called roarer burners due to their distinctive, loud and proud, noise they make. Some of the best stoves of this type were made in England and used extensively for decades in the United Kingdom and all other corners of the globe. This design features a black vector image of a stove framed by the Union Jack.
Tags: kerosene, brass stove, 1 pint stove, 00 stove, 210 stove