Inspired by the Handmaids Tale this design features the iconic words Nolite te Bastardes Carborundorum. This is a made-up Latin phrase which was a schoolboy joke written in the Commanders Latin schoolbook. It roughly translates to “don’t let the bastards grind you down.” Outside the world of the book and new TV series on Hulu, the phrase has become a feminist rallying cry for women.
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"Once upon a time, there was a beautiful princess in distress and a brave (also SUPER handsome) Dragon willing to fight for her! There was also a dumb knight always getting in the way and often getting his BUTT on fire but that is what you get for getting into other people's businesses ..." There are always two sides of the same story. This is the unpopular -but also true- Dragon's tale :)
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"Tale of the Mogwai". I would like to thank my friend Chris for the help with the Chinese. The design tells the tale of the Mogwai. The large Chinese symbol in the center says "Danger". As you can see the circle graphics (clockwise) lead from the "Mogwai" to "Water" to "Multiplying" to "Food" to "Gremlin" to "Sun". It's the circle of the Mogwai. If you read the Chinese writing to the right of each graphic they read "Good" to "Water" to "Life" to "Food" to "Evil" to "Punishment".