The best item there is for cats and children! A piece of game art turned wearable by artist Brittany Vandegraft for the Geeky Phoenix Gaming's Lord's of Catbury, by game designers Gypsy Chamblin and Atticus Williams.
Inspired by a line from the talented Jonathan Coulton, and a great love for all things JK Rowling, comes Brittany Vandegraft's graphic crossover design.It's always nice to see a little Hufflepuff love. How about a little magic in your life?
The masterful creation of Dan Harmon's Civil War style documentary episode of Community inspired Brittany Vandegraft to create this fun cover art interpretation. In the center are the two aggressors, and, of course, Pillow Pierce in the center. Whose side are you on?
This design was inspired by the Musical Wicked, and was created by artist Brittany Vandegraft as a painting originally for her niece. Now carry this wicked advice with you everywhere with her graphic arts interpretation.
This fan-designed shirt was inspired by the Dresden Files series. I made this shirt for my fiance' who loves the book series. The symbols are based on the bracelet and other fan designs from the show and the books. The word is close to Latin and essentially means "force." I hope this is a hit to all of you wizards out there! Impress your fellow fans and wear it to your next Dresden RPG night!
Every time I play this game it reminds me of this idea. This fan design was inspired by Where's Waldo and the game Don't Starve. I'm a fan of alliteration but I'm also a fan of open-world adventurous spirit and that's the spirit of this shirt. Take it with you everywhere!
Tobias was at it again. Now he can get his hands all over you. A graphic design by Brittany Vandegraft nodding to the great Arrested Development. A great gift for fans of the show, or anyone who should record themselves talking.