Essential Services SuperHeroes!
I made this design, and these products, to honor all of the essential services workers throughout the world. They are truly Super Heroes! This is not just for Doctors. This is for the Nurse, the Police Officer, the Firefighter, the Sanitation Worker, the Postal Worker, the Fast Food Clerk, the Grocery Worker, the Toilet Paper Maker (apparently), the Delivery Person, the Trucker, and the Sandwich Artist. ALL ESSENTIAL SERVICE WORKERS… May God bless you all!
Show your appreciation by giving this badge of honor to your special essential service superhero, or buy something for yourself to show your Gratitude and support.
But wait! There’s more! Not only do you make somebody’s day, you will be proactively contributing to the demise of the coronavirus! Fifty percent of my profits is earmarked for coronavirus research at the World Health Organization. I also pledge to ask CafePress to contribute fifty percent of their profit made from this design.
At the moment, only shirts are available. That will change quickly for soon I will offer mugs, mousepads, cards, water bottles, grocery bags, and badges!
Click on the “Essential Services Superheroes” image above to show your support and gratitude. Thanks!!!
Bird Smirk Business Card
On a daily basis, my CafePress shop, “Bird Smirk Creations”, is about one in a million things available on the internet. And that might be a very generous assessment. What are the odds that somebody is going to come across my site? That’s right…about one in a million. Therefore, I have designed a physical counterpart to the digital Bird Smirk. The Bird Smirk business card.
I am thinking about purchasing 500 business card magnets and plastering them all over town. I hope it is not illegal. My theory is that people will take them and stick them on their refrigerator. On the other hand, if they don’t take them, they will serve as advertising… like a tiny, tiny billboard! Let’s see what happens, shall we?
Floating Images Shadow Box
This is my newest product offering. It is called the Floating Images Shadow Box. It is three-dimensional! Click on this link to see it in action! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eorLp_UJv8g&feature=em-upload_owner
By the way, this is a wedding gift for my niece and her new husband. This is a caricature of Carmen and Eddy “floating” over a background scene of The Gilmore Car Museum, which was the location of their wedding.