As the founder of Strike Gently Co , I deal in pins and patches daily. The Creators Project asked me to pull together a weekly roundup of the best newly-released pins. Most of these will probably sell out. If you like them, smash that "add to cart" button.
Before Family Guy ruined everything with jokes written by manatees, animated sitcoms had flavor, style even. King of the Hill might be the greatest TV sitcom of all time, and if you think it's Seinfeld, you're lost (and probably live in New York). This pin of the OG drawings of the Hill family is a must-have.
$10.00 each here.
Five years ago this would have been the sort of thing only a 4channer would love, but thanks to the internet, all culture just becomes one giant mishmash of aesthetics and nostalgia, so any cool kid can (and will, probably) wear this Sailor Moon ball gag pin. It's aesthetic, fam!
Honey & Brie
I live in Brooklyn and on every block there are at least five stores that simply sell "random objects for the home." This is the type of pin I'd expect to see for sale at one of those stuff stores, for like $20, but now you can buy it directly from the source! It's the perfect gift for your man-bunned boyfriend whose yoga-DJing career is totally going to blow up in 2k18 (insert Soundcloud link here).
You see this pin and you assume it's about UFOs, but as a conspiracy theorist myself, I can assure you that this pin's essence transcends purely UFO-theoretical grounds. The truth is out there, waiting for you, saying, "Go outside, you screen addict."
Beach Club California
On a lighter note, here's the iconic character that introduced elementary schoolers to the idea of California. How many knee-scabs were birthed by Rocket Power? Could Bam Margera ever have done it without Otto Man? The world may never know, but you can commemorate this wonderful work of televised art on your lapel with this pin.
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