If you were a graphic designer in the early days of desktop publishing, you undoubtedly remember SyQuest. For years SyQuest was the most popular means of transferring large desktop publishing documents to professional printers via large, removable cartridges. SyQuest marketed its products as able to give personal computer users "endless" hard drive space for data-intensive applications. While they were the best of the best in their heyday, they didn't keep up with emerging technologies and were quickly knocked from their perch as competitors ran circles around them. This retro SyQuest tee utilizes their original logo along with just enough wear and tear to make it look like a genuine vintage article.
Tags: technology, retro, photoshop, vintage, adobe
While technically "Females and finances don't mix" this variation is a popular twist on an ancient hew-mon proverb originating in the early pre-warp, currency-driven 20th Century. A rule that every Ferengi DaiMon worth his weight in gold pressed latinum would be wise to remember!
Tags: space, star-trek, deep-space-9, rules, voyager
“That happens.” An illustration of Spencer’s desk from the Harmontown podcast, which includes character sheets, Harmontown anthem lyrics & rpg dice. This was made in Photoshop and InDesign. If you would like the background colours changed on this, please get in touch.
Tags: podcast, character-sheets, wood, spencer-crittenden, fantasy