Archive for V for Vendetta

V for Vendetta: Police Badge

Posted in Design, Physical Object with tags , on May 26, 2016 by Staff Writer

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Nice photo from a 2016 auction. Nothing revelatory, but it’s nice to know that these do still exist. It does give us dimensions of the badge.

V for Vendetta: the Money

Posted in Design, Physical Object with tags , , , , on April 14, 2016 by Staff Writer

Seen only in a handful of frames are two different banknotes, a ten pound and a twenty pound note:

They are ‘issued’ by the National Norsefire Bank, and ‘signed’ by the film’s graphic designer.

TeePublic Sale Ends Tonight!

Posted in Design, Physical Object with tags , , , , , on November 30, 2015 by Staff Writer

A friendly reminder that the TeePublic sale ends tonight. Plus, two new shirts:


A “Double Exposure” text treatment on the left, and a replica of the BTN combination mark from V for Vendetta on the right.

V for Vendetta: Police CD DIY Replica

Posted in Design, Physical Object with tags , on November 23, 2015 by Staff Writer

Once I’d replicated the shield graphic, this was simple to put together. Had to take some liberties with the tiny text, however. See how many in-jokes you can find.

Police CD

CD Cover

Print at 100% size on white paper or card stock, preferably glossy. Cut along the trim lines. Makes a great display base for your jammer:


V for Vendetta: Gordon’s Address DIY Replica

Posted in Physical Object with tags , , , , on November 20, 2015 by Staff Writer

Took the time to lay this out with the correct fonts. Making a few simple assumptions about the original, mine are at the likely actual size as well. Also corrected the wonky quotation marks. Also retouched the screencaps, again. These are 6 per sheet, so you have plenty of extras to practice your handwriting forgery.

Gordon’s Address A4 • Gordon’s Address US Letter

Print at 100% size, tear carefully along the dotted gray line, write the address with a pen, and crumple and then flatten for maximum authenticity.

When Does V for Vendetta Take Place?

Posted in Design with tags , , on November 8, 2015 by Staff Writer

According to computer displays in the film, no earlier than November of 2024:


Additionally, Evey’s BTN ID is marked as expiring on 12/24. If this is not December 24th, but December of 2024, then V must take place in November of 2025, which would put it at just over 20 years after the release of the film.

V for Vendetta: Jammer

Posted in Design, Physical Object with tags on November 6, 2015 by Staff Writer

The London Police and Mr. Rookwood use pocket-size electronic jamming devices. In actuality, these props are modified off-the-shelf book lights.

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