This unique steampunk yin yang illustration features old rusting gears and solid metal rivets. One side of the yin yang appears to be the inside of a complex machine while the opposite side has the look of a solid piece of steel.
This unique yin yang design by artist Jeff Bartels features two stylized koi fish. A traditional Japanese fish appears in both sides of this symbol for natural balance. The scales of the fish are defined by the negative space in between small half circles that run down the length of the bodies. The simple fins are painted a solid color that mirrors the opposite side if the yin yang. This stylish pattern is a beautiful interpretation of this ancient symbol.
Kruger Industrial Smoothing is where George worked in Season 9 after losing his job at Yankee Stadium. Headed by Mr. Kruger, the company is known for botching up the Statue of Liberty (hence why it's still green). Their motto, according to George, is "We don't care, and it shows." The company is known to be very disorganized and unprofessional. Mr. Kruger even hired George just because they needed someone badly. This design features a nice vintage effect with lots of wear and tear, so if you want to look like you've been in the industrial smoothing game for years, this shirt is your ticket.