Base Ball Totes
part 2 of my dogs of war illustrations. This time it's a Sherman tank with a crew full of fuzzy hounds. The Sherman was a medium tank manufactured in America and fielded by the allies in WW2. This version is a firefly which is a British modification sporting a different turret and a 17 pounder gun that was more capable of knocking out a heavy German tank like the Tiger than the standard Sherman armourment.
Tags: guns, g-i, world-war-two, dogs-of-war, pets
The Russian made T34 was one of the best, most rugged and practical tanks of ww2. This fighting vehicle was innovative and easy to mass produce. Although not the best tank of the war, in great numbers it was an effective weapon and one of the best fielded by the Soviet Union. This one is crewed by those pesky dogs of war and is an up-gunned version of the original T34 design. The T34/85
Tags: artsy, communist, cccp, animals, graphic
This is a fun vintage style tee shirt for baseball players and fans of all ages. Hit the Ball - Steal the Base - Score the run! This tee makes a great gift for the athlete in your life! From children playing kids league ball all the way through the major professionals! Not even a fast pitch should miss this funny baseball tee! Also makes a great shirt for a proud Mom, Dad, Aunt, Uncle or Grand Parent! Cheer on your player and hir or her team until they come home with that W!
Tags: sports, ball, base-ball, hit-steal-score, steal-the-base
Echo Base was the settlement established by the Rebel Alliance on the frigid planet of Hoth in the wake of the Battle of Yavin. Less than a month after its establishment, the base was discovered by the Empire who then invaded, forcing the Rebels to evacuate, but luckily a few who escaped grabbed their souvenir t-shirt on the way to the escape shuttles ;) This version of the Echo Base design has some heavy vintage styling with an off-white tint and plenty of chips and cracks to give it lots of off-world cred.
Tags: starwars, darth-vader, sci-fi, science-fiction, space
Is that the rockets' red glare? No, it's the Griswold's flaming lawn display that you see soaring across the night sky. Don't tell that to Aunt Bethany. She begins to sing the national anthem and the family joins in. At the end she proclaims, "Play ball!"
Tags: star-spangled-banner, the-bombs-bursting-in-air, and-the-rockets-red-glare, play-ball, christmas-vacation-play-ball