No-one's quite sure what it's supposed to mean. But, ever since Donald Trump tweeted his infamous #covfefe tweet, it's been the word on everyone's lips.
Now, you too can express yourself in presidential gibberish with this fine COVFEFE logo.
Inspired by the design style of some well-known boxing logos, you'll be the envy of all your friends as you pour forth your illiterate invective on Twitter, while proudly displaying your Covfefe branding.
[whatever that is?].
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Getting bored of the endless “Keep Calm And…” meme? Me too. It’s time to let those Stiff Upper Lips wobble a bit and…
Freak the Fuck Out!
Faithfully reporduced, using the same crown graphic and font style, from the original and now painfully ubiquitous British wartime signs.
Here's a nice humorous image of a smiling Pope Francis, clutching a microphone. I couldn't quite decide whether he looked like he was cracking a joke, or about to croon his latest hit --so I made both versions.
In this interpretation, he's telling the one about the two nuns in the bath!
Here's a nice humorous image of a smiling pope, clutching a microphone. I couldn't quite decide whether he looked like he was cracking a joke, or about to croon his latest hit --so I made both versions.
In this interpretation, he's announcing his next song is "off his new album"
What happens when you mesh a 1970s burlesque of 1950s science fiction with a 1960s pop art pastiche replicating a panel from a romance comic of the same era? This wonderful frankensteinian mash-up depicting Janet Weiss during the floor show sequence of the Rocky Horror Picture Show