Lone Star State Totes
Alamo Beer is the fictitious beer brand seen on the King of The Hill and the beer which most of the characters are seen drinking, plus it's Hank's favorite beer. This Alamo Beer design includes a sixer of the legendary brew along with Hank's famous words "is there anything beer can't do?" The design features plenty of wear and tear to give it a true vintage look.
Tags: retro, vintage, six-pack, peggy-hill, hank-hill
One look at the Texas flag makes it clear where it nickname, The Lone Star State, came from. The blue of the flag represents the state's loyalty to the United States. The red represents bravery while the white represents purity. The lone star represents the independent nature of the Texan people.
Tags: lone-star-state, san-antonio, fort-worth, usa, southern-pride
From anti-littering campaign to unofficial state motto, “Don’t Mess with Texas” is proof that a great slogan can take on a life of it’s own. Commisioned by the Texas Department of Transportation, over the next 28 years the saying grew to near cult status.
Tags: texas, usa, classic, popular, iconic
There is a lot of symbolism, 1st building is made up, has a cross within, symbolizing faith, Houston skyline, and ends with a heart, for love, it also has The numbers 8, 29, and 17 in the painting indicating the landfall date, basically says : Faith, Houston, Love proceeds will be donated to Harvey relief
Tags: houston, texas, dallas, city, skyline
Inspired by my extensive collection of both traditional and creative Kokeshi, blended with my love of nerd culture, I offer this design inspired by Rey, Ahsoka Tano, Princess Leia, Queen Amidala and Jyn Erso from Star Wars The Force Awakens, Star Wars Rebels and Clone Wars, Star Wars IV-VI, Star Wars I-III, and Rogue One in the style of Japanese Kokeshi dolls by myself, Danica Bergagnini.
Tags: too-cute, danicaart, danica-bergagnini, pop-culture, nerd