I'm helping out with the graphics element of the displays for my daughter's auction, plus I have four book reviews due on February 20. (Memo to School Library Journal: it's hard enough to get two book reviews in on time.) As a result, the blog will probably be quiet for the next couple of days. So far, here's my favorite graphic, put together for the auction item that is a quilt made up of the high bidder's old tee-shirts:
Two tee-shirts that didn't quite make the cut, mainly because I couldn't find the graphics I remembered:
1) An orange and black shirt decrying the Three Mile Island* nuclear accident with the words "They Lie" on the front. The "i" is a nuclear reactor.
2) A blue, white and gold shirt of two people trying to reach out to each other around the atomic symbol in the middle, with the words, "You can't hug a friend with nuclear arms."
*As birthday presents go, the Three Mile Island meltdown is definitely my least favorite of all time.