Was traveling recently, but this idea popped in my head. Seems the logical process for drinking coffee ad getting things done.
EMS designs will be recurring design topic, mostly in support of my sister. A while back, I whipped up a quick design based on a quote from the Bhagavad Gita, made famous by Oppenheimer: “Now I am become Death, the destroyer of worlds.”
As EMS is constantly fighting Death to save their patients, I turned the phrase, reversing the roles.
Got the latest round of patches from Mutiny Shop. One is the Area 51 Security patch, the other is the “Secret Kiwi” design a coworker requested for some Kiwi friends of his.
Overall not too bad, especially the patch quality. Probably made some of the text on the Area 51 patch a little too dark, but that’s on me.
We’ve all heard the phrase ‘can of whoop a**”. I whipped this design up for those times when a can isn’t enough. Introducing the 55-gallon drum of whoop a**! This is the censored version, there are two other less censored ones.
In honor of the impending ‘invasion’ of Area 51, aka Groom Lake, I threw together a patch the security teams could wear.
One of my other hobbies, albeit less attended to is, is Amateur (“Ham”) Radio. I’ve had my license since 2008 and have a few handheld radios. At work, we have a group of Hams (in more ways than one) that chat about a lot of things including radios. The other day, one of the Hams was talking about how a garage sale was interrupting his contesting time. Contesting for Hams is trying to collect contacts within a certain period, usually trying to reach certain regions of the country or world. Being the snarky person I am, I proposed a sign to essentially scare people away from a Ham’s radio area. The results are the signs below.
Had a friend who runs a side screenprinting business ask about a sticker company, Rockin’ Monkey (no association to Data Monkey). So, I decided to try them out as they offered glow-in-the-dark stickers.
The test run came in today. I got out my little photo studio box and took some quick snaps of the stickers. Please note, I’m not a photographer by any real means.