Cold War Totes
If you're a fan of the historical Cold War, nuclear warfare, and nuclear armageddon, then let the world know with this vintage style fallout shelter design. Featuring a distressed shelter sign, this nuclear war graphic makes the perfect gift for anybody who fears radiation and radioactivity!
Tags: radioactive, fallout-shelter-sign, cold-war, nuke, fallout
If you're interested in the Cold War, nuclear warfare, and radioactivity -- then let the world know with this awesome radiation design. Don't head to your fallout shelter without it! Featuring the text "CAUTION - RADIATION HAZARD," this graphic makes the perfect gift for any nuclear engineer, researcher, student, or radioactive mutant in your life.
Tags: soviet, uranium, cold-war, nuclear, fallout-shelter
Hard Dalek, Cold Dalek, Little can of hate….. Evil Dalek, Angry Dalek, Ex-ter-mi-nate. If you have one of my shirt designs I wanna see you in it. Send photos to my Facebook or Twitter….. Thanks Paul http://www.facebook.com/PaulBradfordGHI http://www.twitter.com/GHIPaul
Tags: doctor-who, cool, geek, retro, vintage
Iconic cars from the James Bond Movies. From top to bottom: • 1977 Lotus Esprit S1 (Modified Submarine) – The Spy Who Loved Me • 1995 BMW Z3 Roadster – Goldeneye • 1979 Citroën 2CV 6 Club – For Your Eyes Only • 1963 Aston Martin DB5 – Goldfinger, Thunderball, Goldeneye, The World Is Not Enough, Skyfall
Tags: thunderball, goldeneye, the world is not enough, skyfall, the spy who loved me
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 commemorative emblem is to celebrate that Sputnik 1 was the first artificial Earth satellite. The Soviet Union launched it into an elliptical low Earth orbit on 4 October 1957. It was a 58 cm diameter polished metal sphere, with four external radio antennae to broadcast radio pulses.
Tags: sputnik, sputnik-1, artificial-earth-satellite, first-satellite, earth-satellite