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Make your own Dharma labels

by Brett Love, posted Feb 8th 2007 12:01PM
Insanely Great Tees Dharma LabelsOn the off chance you find yourself sitting around with nothing to do while you wait for the next installment of Lost, the fine folks over at Insanely Great Tees have a little project for you. Armed with a printer, some paper, the IGT pdf, and a little patience, you too can make your very own Dharma Initiative products. They even have a Hanso logo and Nutrition Facts. Although, as someone in the Digg comments points out, the UPC code should really involve "the numbers."

It's a little silly, and some of your guests may look at you a little funny, but for the TV nutter that has everything, a sixer of Dharma barley pops makes a perfect gift. Of course, if that's just a little too far out there for you, they also have what are purported to be insanely great shirts.

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And the Dharma food is likely a nod to The Prisoner (1967), which used the penny farthing logo instead of the octagon. Only shot I can find of it is here, in a page about the font they used:

http://www.theprisoneronline.com/html/village_font.html

And I'm sure some much older geek came up with instructions on how to make Prisoner-style labels for food using a t-square, french curve, and a slide rule.

http://popculturejunk.blogspot.com/

February 08 2007 at 1:01 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

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