Would you like to swing on a star? Perhaps you would care to carry moonbeams home in a jar?
Vector illustration of an anthropomorphised star, with a star background and the line "Would you like to swing on a star?" from the song "Swinging On A Star" written underneath.
The bare necessities of life should, so i’ve been told, come to you. That’s why i’ve put a picture of a bear on a t-shirt. There’s also an arrow underneath him and some words around him. The words are a reference, not a quote.
Snappy comebacks and put downs — don’t risk missing out on delivering them, just because you thought of it too late… display it permanently so everybody knows!
Snappy typography in a style similar to old silent movie caption cards.
He is the greatest, and he is fantastic. But he’d be nothing with out Penfold. Colourful typography celebrating cartoons from the 1980s, specifically Danger Mouse, with Penfold’s catchphrase “Crumbs DM!”
In physics, spacetime is any mathematical model that fuses the three dimensions of space and the one dimension of time into a single four-dimensional continuum. Spacetime diagrams can be used to visualize relativistic effects such as why different observers perceive where and when events occur. Also, 1950s mid-century modern Americana motel sign, because if the universe is always expanding, then there’ll always be a vacancy.
An illustration of a shark that a fisherman might draw at a town meeting.
"I'll find him for three. But I'll catch him… and kill him… for 10.
For that you get the head, the tail, the whole damn thing."