Cheers for the Captivating Commemorative Crockery

The lovely people over at The Escape Pod sent us a pair of their exquisite commemorative plates, which celebrate Republican America 2001-2008.

It's a delightful piece of work, that gives rightful recognition to the fine achievements of the last US republican government. They'll have pride of place next to the Charles & Camilla plates kindly given to us by the Daily Mail. Thanks to our American friends.

6 comments:

  1. Is this blog turning from a design one to a political one?

    Not interested in reading people bash other people, politicians or not. (unsubscribe!)

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  2. PMSL! Not sure 'celebration' is the right word.

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  3. glad you liked them. i should point out that we produced them as part of a competition organized by the ad columnist in the local Chicago paper. we had no control over which candidate we did an ad for. we drew Obama. so we created the plates as a way to raise money for the obama election fund. and have a laugh at George Bush's expense!

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  4. iamrobyn, it's a design and ideas blog right? this was an idea to get people to not vote republican and raise money for obama. relax.

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  5. The Walk of Fame was featured on Breakfast telly today. Can't for the life of me remember why but no matter. Anyway it featured a guy who's job it was to keep the plaques clean. They asked him a real dumb ass question, 'Who's the dirtiest? ', to which came back a real smart answer, 'It was Ronnie Reagan but I guess it's now Schwarzenegger'. Genius.

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