Egyptian Culture Stickers
In 1922, Howard Carter broke into an undiscovered tomb he had found in the Valley of the Kings in Egypt. With Lord Carnarvon, the financier of the expedition, at his side, Carnarvon peered into the tomb to see what Carter had discovered. When asked what he saw as looked into the dim candlelit tomb, he replied "wonderful things". The discovery of the Egyptian pharaoh, Tutankhamun, was a major event in the history of Egypt, and also the of the field of archaeology. This design is of Lord Carnarvon's Egyptian Expedition which discovered the tomb of King Tut.
Tags: egyptian, ancient-egypt, pharaohs, pyramids-in-egypt, mummys-curse
Sketched from a 1953 black-and-white photograph of Tom Landry as quarterback for the New York Giants ... then a *football* team. Landry would later become the legendary coach of the Dallas Cowboys. This artwork is reproduced elsewhere on TeePublic with darker letters for printing on light-colored garments.
Tags: white, silver, brown, beaujaxe, jaxe
If you’re a funeral director, mortician, or death care industry worker — then this clever graphic design is just for you! It makes the perfect gift or birthday present for anyone who is into embalming, burial, cremation, undertaking, hearse driving, funeral home management, or the dead.
Tags: death, funny, dead, hearse, undertaker