This was a gift for my uncle. He and his wife very kindly let me stay with them and their two young boys whenever I visit the states. I’m often introduced to the family’s friends and acquaintances. At one fateful little league game I was trying to help tidy up and noticed that a catcher’s mitt had been left unattended. In an attempt to prevent it from being stolen I picked it up to bring it over to the dugout to find out who it belonged to. At this point its owner rushed forward and accosted me. Continue reading
This is another T-Shirt I designed and had printed, but there are no photos of the final product. It was at 24’s zenith and I watched a lot of it back to back. The message should be clear to anyone who watched the show. The original design was white on black, shown here:
One Christmas it was decided amongst my college friends that the meal and celebrations were to be Victorian themes. A friend and I were tasked with creating the entertainment for after the meal. A minimal amount of research found that the BBC had produced an article on popular parlour games in the Victorian era. We rewrote the rules to make sure they were clear and gave them some brutally hackneyed presentation for the table. Presented here as a PDF. Some of the games are actually alright.
This was a birthday gift for a friend. We were both big Battlefield: Bad Company 2 players, as were several of our friends. There’s an end-of-match award in the game for being the best squad of 2-4 players out of all players in the round. It’s called the “Gold Squad” pin. Every time we were awarded it a particular member of the party would reinforce this by saying “Gold Squad, Motherfucker!”. It became that pin everybody was most proud of. So, as a birthday gift, I decided to try to get a decent facsimile made. I understand that in the real world pins are quite small things, but I wanted something a bit heftier, so I reimagined it as a medal.