Proton Packs Notebooks
Unlike many variations you see out there, this logo represents the screen used design in the original Ghostbusters film on the car, uniforms and firehouse sign. It includes some thoughtful vintage effects to give it a genuine 80s look.
Tags: ghostbusters, vintage, 80s-movies, 1980s, 80s
Elsa the Arendellian! Good evening: as a duly designated representative of the City, County and State of New York, I order you to cease any and all supernatural activity and return forthwith to your place of origin or to the nearest, convenient parallel animation. Thank you.
Tags: ghostbusters, slimer, stay-puft, stay-puft-marshmallow-man, peter-venkman
Haven't seen much love for The Real Ghostbusters' ghosts, so I decided to get a group shot of various ghosts throughout the series. Ghosts featured are from the cartoon, toyline, merchandise artwork, coloring books, Happy Meal artwork, etc.
Tags: ghostbusters, i-aint-afraid-of-no-ghosts, proton-packs, winston-zeddemore, ray-stantz
Ghostbusters is one of my all time favorite films due in no small part to being a kid when the cartoon was on, but also because of how great the film was. I thought long and hard about what kind of design I wanted to do for the film, and after cycling through three different layouts, I settled on something simple-the proton pack. I've always loved how complex the proton pack was, and how slapped together it looked. This thing is supposed to be able to combat spectors and it looks like it's made of out of old radio parts! It's iconic, and all of the parts and pieces just lend character to it. More than anything, I really wanted to design something I could wear :)
Tags: real-ghostbusters, ghost-busters, bill-murray, ghostbuster, slimer
Everyone's favorite fictional marshmallow brand mascot is feeling a little cranky, but probably just needs a hug, so help a puffy brother out. This version of the Stay Puft tee features a realistic vintage treatment to give it a well worn vibe.
Tags: ernie-hudson, vintage-t-shirt, vintage, real-ghostbusters, no-ghost