3.10.2009 @ 8:06 pm UTC by lilah wild
An impressive array of sparklies that mix spirituality with fandom. Trilobites taken from fossils, goddesses, runes, knotwork, scarabs, and…Kokopelli engaging in extreme sports. Cthulhu cufflinks, Mana pendants, pirate coins, Ouroboros earrings, “geek tags,” and swirls of Elvishness predominate, punctuated with medieval fleur-de-lys and goth battiness. Thanks, Lois!
3.3.2008 @ 5:15 pm UTC by lilah wild
T-shirts emblazoned with corporate subversion, antiwar sentiment, and esoteric snark. The majority of the designs are done in black, white, and red, ranging from plays on paranoia to creative rearrangements of infamous logos. All this and they offer a t-shirt printing service of your own imagery, as well.
1.15.2004 @ 1:00 am UTC by lilah wild
“The Yo-God gives God a way to send a simple, unambiguous message of His presence. If we join together, perhaps God will hear our request and respond.” Weird little speedometer-looking things which set an arrow to the famed Sistine Chapel image and encase them in increasingly ludicrious clock frames. Also includes a page where you can share your findings with others.
9.30.2002 @ 1:00 am UTC by lilah wild
This pro-pagan/chaos-friendly site has some medieval occult T-shirts from Taragraphix, a few unusual selections in the book department, tarot decks and goth/pagan jewelry. And a little lingerie.
11.1.2001 @ 1:00 am UTC by lilah wild
“Mundane made fabulous; sacred made weird.” This site pays homage to the trickster gods through really odd little arts and crafts. Among the T-shirts are the “dog with fez,” “abstract leaping coyote,” and Kokopelli flashing the devil horns. Other offerings include “goth/vampire pride rings,” rubber and rainbow chainmail, wire animal masks, Edward Gorey greeting cards, goth charm bracelets, skull holiday ornaments, copper pipe housewares, and the quite lovely heart necklaces.