Original Series Onesies
Inspired by my extensive collection of both traditional and creative Kokeshi, blended with my love of nerd culture, I offer this design inspired by Scotty, Spock, Captain Kirk, McCoy and Uhura from the Star Trek Original Series TV show in the style of Japanese Kokeshi dolls by myself, Danica Bergagnini.
Tags: star-trek, too-cute, geek, nerd, pop-culture
The Logo was first seen in Star Trek the original series episode 'Mirror Mirror'. An alternate universe, where the Federation is a Military Dictatorship. It made an impressive reappearance in Star Trek: Enterprise double episode 'A Mirror Darkly' This version will be available soon.
Tags: star-trek, mirror, trekkie
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: slimer, stay-puft, stay-puft-marshmallow-man, ghost-busters, ghostbuster
The dreaded Kobayashi Maru test, the ultimate no-win scenario. It’s not about winning, it’s about how well you handle the situation knowing you’ll fail. One man passed the test (though he cheated), and got command of a starship. After that, anybody who managed to win the no-win scenario got a booby prize. Sometimes, even life in the Federation isn’t fair. Just be glad you didn’t get a year supply of Rice-a-Roni.
Tags: star-trek, kobayashi-maru, kirk, funny, geek
In the original Star Trek, people quickly noticed that any time a new character wearing a red shirt went down to a planet as part of the away team, most of the time, they died. It became a running joke for fans. Fortunately for you, this isn’t Star Trek.
Tags: geek, humor, funny, trekkie, away team