Spouse Command. The true command that many servicemembers and others who serve overseas ultimately report to. This design grew out of a tongue-in-cheek reference I've used before and others have alluded to. As a result of a recent discussion, I whipped this patch/logo design up to commemorate those who are 'members' of SPOUSECOM. CINCHOUSE = … Continue reading Spouse Command
A while back I tinkered was tinkering with some concepts for blood type and allergy tabs often seen on military combat uniforms. One concept I has was a hexagonal modular concept, where each component was its own patch that aligned with others. Here's a conceptualization of the idea with rank, rate (navy job), blood type, … Continue reading Hex Rank Concept
It's been a while since I posted, so here's some quick updates. My second challenge coin project is now in production for a US Ambassador. That project came about from a coin I designed for a conference last year. I may be helping a friend's business soon with graphic support. Should give me some practice … Continue reading Lots of things…
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, … Continue reading New patches
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.
As mentioned in a previous post, my sister is becoming a Paramedic. Proud of her for the long hours it takes, plus her dedication to helping people. In honor of her class, I decided to take elements from one of the patches I worked up for her district and make a patch for her class. … Continue reading Paramedic Class of 2019 Patches
My sister, currently an EMT, is working on becoming a full Paramedic. A few years ago, she asked about patches for her ambulance district. It's a common tradition amongst emergency services (police, fire, EMS) to trade patches with other departments. Since her district didn't really have a custom patch, she wondered if I could work … Continue reading Paramedic Patches
This series of patch designs came about as a spoof more or less of the 'secret squirrel' patch often seen in the morale patch community. The original patch in this group was the 'secret camel,' with one variation using Joe Camel [not posted here due to trademarks and such]. Some of them are more sarcastic … Continue reading International Squirrels…
I recently discovered a company that makes PVC-based patches. Now, there aren't the 3D ones you might've seen. Instead, these are 2D flat patches. So, I gave it a shot with my flying monkey design and a few word-based ideas. https://www.mutinyshop.com/