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There are always cult movies of every generation. For the 80's babies there's Pee Wee's Big Adventure. This design is directly inspired by the scene of Large Marge in her truck and her story of the worst accident she's ever seen.   This design was offered in two styles to mimic what could be logos for Marge's trucking company and was featured in red, inspired by Large Marge's infamous red plaid shirt.

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Earn Your Cookies is a simple concept: work for what you get. If you want something, go out and get it. Not much more to explain. The design here was simple enough, playing on the popular-at-the-time loose script style, but the design never really caught on to our liking, so we are retiring it.

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The whole premise behind this design was that size is not a disability or hindrance. Essentially, good things come in small packages. Sure, short people need a step stool to reach the top shelf and practically have to crawl into the top load washer to empty it, but that doesn't make them any less awesome. Concentrated Awesome.

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In the 80's there was this weird movement about labeling people. Think Bill Engvall's Here's Your Sign bit, but in real life practice. As a way to help identify people's strengths and weaknesses, individuals were encouraged to wear a sign that expressed things like, plays well with others, or shame them for less positive behaviors. As kids we're taught to color INSIDE the lines and that being different or going rogue by willingly coloring outside the lines is bad. We're taught that running with scissors is bad and dangerous, so who would want to promote that they partake in these...

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The 2017 Stanley Cup finals proved to be a testing ground beyond the hockey rink. On one side you had a city that is passionate about their music - aptly named "The Music City" - developing a love for hockey. On the other side you had a city that equally passionate about all things black and gold and chasing a dream of one for the thumb. It also pushed a fan base, rabid for country music, to turn their backs on the likes of Kenny Chesney, Keith Urban, and Carrie Underwood. From this, came our design professing "I Gabe Up...

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