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Alchemic Heraldry: Silver

  • by Komatsu
  • posted Aug 06, 2006
  • 26 Comments

Mixing Alchemy and Heraldry;

Silver, Ag is short for argentum. Argent as a color of Heraldry is associated with pidgeons, ermines, palm trees and the sea. The bottom symbols are alchemy symbols of and related to silver.



Printed with silver metallic foil.

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exsane

i love it! $5

The Winged Self

As a medieval weirdo myself, I LOVE IT!!!!! $5! $5! $5!

pixelfrog

How's that 4 colors with the gradient?!

bird75

I like the idea, but I think you might need to revisit the colours.
I don't think Threadless prints w/ metallic inks ... the gradient throws the submission guidleines out the window.

Shwetambari

This is just the right level of obscure. Love it :)

butlertotheb

gradiant? lol why is this even on here they cant print gradiant unless something changed that i dotn know about

CheesecakeBree

butlertotheb - I don't think it's a gradient, they're trying to show it as metallic.

Neat design, by the way.

jimster

send this to abercrombie and see what they say. this is not threadless.

TackyBeautiful

I love the dolphin and is that a lemming?

orangelagoon

I really like it- nerdy and pretty. I could do without the dolphin, but I understand why it is there.

Mylo

$5

Wembley

They've printed metallics before. Gold and silver if I'm not mistaken. And Abercrombie only wishes they were this clever, jimster.

heyitskarina

i dont know a thing about alchemy, but I do know that Ag is silver on the periodic table. If it was a more traditional coat of arms with the Ag 47 on it, I would like it more. The dolphin and ferret arent doing it for me. too obscure i think.

natuhlee

ahaha i'm liking the dolphin

rocketrobyn
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It's not a gradient. It's to imply the silver coloring.

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