“We Robbed a Bank on Lilac and All I Got Was This Lousy T-Shirt (and a Leg Wound).”
This is an original design by me, inspired by a certain space western TV show. The Chinese says “Problem Solver,” as best as I am able to determine (thank you, Google).
On top is the ‘weathered / vintage / worn’ version of the art on the royal blue heather tee. In the second row, from left to right, is the ‘new’ version of the art on the regular ‘royal blue’ tee, the ‘worn’ art on royal heather close-up, and the ‘new’ art on the teal tee.
Available wherever finer space-western tees are sold:
I’m in the middle of recreating a shirt that was apparently designed for Jayne, but never made for the show, nor after the fact, as far as I can tell.
I was originally planning to spoof the “Troublemaker” shirt, and I will eventually get to that as well, but this other is closer to completion.
Shirts like the above at TeePublic. Red is traditional, but I have enabled a few complementary colors, in case you would like to stand out from the crowd. It’s got a kind of Jayne-like vibe to it, I think. The big text says “Spring Festival” in Traditional Chinese.
These cards have the added text “恭喜發財,” which is the common “Gung Hei Fat Choi,” loosely ‘Congratulations and be prosperous.’ They are totally blank on the inside, but the back is branded by Zazzle. Additionally, Zazzle will let you add text to the card before purchasing, in case you would like to put a typeset message inside your cards.
Many of these are brand new to anywhere, so please take a look.
Now (or as soon as the preview composites are automatically generated) available at TeePublic:
LMK if you guys want a green logo on a white shirt, or something to that effect.
I present to you
the ballistic missile submarine Red October my original creation: the SF Cargo company!
What, did you think there was only one shipping company in the Verse?
Look carefully, and you will notice many subtle jabs at TG Freight, who, I believe are entirely too chummy with the HATED ALLIANCE. And some silly jokes. I propose that a few Independent pilots, using war surplus craft, created SF Cargo to earn a living after the war. I am drawing a deliberate parallel with Flying Tiger Line.
I’m not terribly fond of the horizontal logo, but if you needed a rectangular sticker rather than a square one, here it is.