Inspired by Evernote, a famous cross-platform note-taking app. Also affectionately called by it's loyal advocates as an 'extension of their brain.' The distinguishable elephant logo was based on the phrase 'an elephant never forgets.' It was redesigned to a deity-like statue with "OBEY" embossed on the headpiece. It's worth noting the fonts used were similar to activist Shepard Fairey's OBEY logo. In its entirety, the figure symbolizes following your notes and checklist religiously.
Tags: renaissance, codex, vitruvian, evernote, obey
<p>"Stealing the Scene" is a series of tees from ShasteenFrey, featuring a moment you know from a film you know. Y'know? [book available <a href="http://theillustrator.bigcartel.com/category/books">here</a>]</p> <br /> <p>Represent your district, don't hesitate to volunteer!</p>
Tags: hunger-games, katniss-everdeen, tribute, district-12, peeta-mellark
The 18th Georgia Volunteer Infantry was an infantry regiment in the Confederate States Army during the American Civil War. Originally brigaded with the three Texas regiments of John Bell Hood's Texas Brigade, it was transferred to Thomas R.R. Cobb's Georgia Brigade after the Battle of Antietam in late 1862. After General Cobb was mortally wounded at Battle of Fredericksburg, the original colonel of the 18th Georgia, William T. Wofford, became Brigadier General of the Georgia Brigade.
Tags: flag, patch, retired, veteran, vet
"Oh Tennessee, My Tennessee What Love and Pride I Feel for Thee. You Proud Ole State, the Volunteer, Your Proud Traditions I Hold Dear." Starts the poem "Oh Tennessee, My Tennessee" written by Admiral William Lawrence. I've decided to start a line of shirts based around the states. This is the second in the series. The first being of my home state of Missouri.
Tags: vintage-t-shirt, retro, vintage, volunteer, states
Many Hands Make Light Work. A positive, team work inspiring proverb. The design has a repeating pattern of hand, reaching up to offer help. The hands are a mix of colours, representing people of different ethnicities working together.
Tags: tem, volunteering, volunteer, john heywood, ethnicities