Created using the phrase "Drop Beats, Not Bombs"
Created using a legendary pirate song "15 men on the dead mans chest.. yo ho ho and a bottle of rum.." Nothing sings pirate more than this song that can be traced back over 100 years. "Dead Man's Chest" (also known as Fifteen Men On A Dead Man's Chest or Derelict) is a fictional sailor's work song from the novel Treasure Island(1883), and a later expanded poem by Young E. Allison (1891). . Some researchers believe Stevenson based the shanty on an actual song. With several Jolly Roger's (pirate flags) to choose from we chose the flag of Calico Jack, he was an English pirate captain during the early 18th century. Why? well look at it - its seriously bad ass :)Created using the phrase "Drop Beats, Not Bombs" This clever little catch phrase is slowly becoming more and more popular in our society. This tagline is a modern version of the old hippie slogan of Make Love Not War. It promotes but peace and good times in 4 clever words. We felt an old bomber plane would be the perfect fit for this message and design. Both the plane and the bombs are creating using "Drop Beats, Not Bombs" over and over.