Sonja Draven wrote:I'm not gifted with creating art the way others are and I have no knack for picking the right fonts, but here are some ideas for items to put on the site if you're looking for inspiration. I took a couple of Paul's quotes from another thread and in some cases pared them down slightly to make them shorter for mugs. I personally like the simple aesthetic of this type of mug and/or t-shirts with just a quote, and some of his quotes are perfect, IMO:
I prefer being labeled an asshole to being the puppet of a nitwit - Paul Wheaton / permies.com
True conflict resolution comes from the sharing of knowledge. - Paul Wheaton / permies.com
Be okay with pissing off icky people and suddenly you have license to do epic shit. - Paul Wheaton / permies.com
Without challenges, you can never be fucking awesome. - Paul Wheaton / permies.com
Weeds: because Mother Nature refuses to be your personal bitch. - Paul Wheaton / permies.com
Some suggestions for quotes combined with art that's on this page or the art in his books:
The overall mission is to change the world. - Paul Wheaton/permies.com (With Paul in overalls drawing)
Permaculture is a more symbiotic relationship with nature so I can be even lazier. Paul Wheaton/permies.com (This could be combined with either the permies hill art from this thread or the hammock graphic that was used in the Better World book.)
I share solutions so the bad guys shrivel up and blow away. Paul Wheaton/permies.com (combined with a dandelion pic)
Making a better world through learning good things rather than being angry at bad guys. Paul Wheaton/permies.com (combined with hugel in desert pic from this thread)
My overalls have superpowers... they repel people who think fashion is important. Paul Wheaton/permies.com (combined with Paul Wheaton overall colored drawing on this page)
paul wheaton wrote:I have no idea where the background image came from, so i don't know if it is public domain or something else.
paul wheaton wrote:
Rose Santuci-Sofranko wrote:*** Also, who created the images on the playing cards for you. We can add them to this FAA website very easily and we like to add the artists names in the keywords too. Thanks and God bless!
Nancy Reading wrote:Growing your own food is an act of rebellion; making yourself independent of the system.