How do conspiracy theorists dress? How should they dress?
When I launched this store, I had more than 50 designs. Major icons include the infamous pyramid and all-seeing eye, connect-the-dots, magnifying glasses, question marks, and skeptics. There are also several designs promoting free speech.
A few ConspiraShop designs are designed for display against light or dark backgrounds.
However, most designs can be displayed on a variety of backgrounds.
Some publish-on-demand vendors, including Zazzle, allow you to customize your designs. You can resize, reposition, or delete images. You can also modify text and change fonts, colors, and size.
Pyramid and All-Seeing Eye ˆ
The most familiar conspiracy icon is probably the fabled pyramid and all-seeing eye. I’ve got you covered with a number of designs featuring pyramids and/or eyes.
Some designs include the URL Conspiracy1.com.
To cover all our bases, I created a variety of very simple pyramids and eyes that can be combined with each other or with still other images.
Such building blocks allow to unleash your creativity.
Connecting-the-dots is another iconic theme in conspiratology.
Magnifying Glasses ˆ
Magnifying glasses figure prominently in seven designs promoting the terms conspiracy science and conspiracy analysis.
Question Marks ˆ
Question marks inspired eight designs celebrating free speech and … feet?
Free Speech ˆ
Free speech is a worthy theme all by itself.
Mr. Skeptic mingles with still more pyramids and question marks in these additional designs. In fact, Mr. Skeptic is made out of question marks. How many question marks can you count in this Geobop mascot?
The Conspiracy Zone ˆ
Science merges with art, fantasy, and folklore in The Conspiracy Zone.
Finally, there are several designs consisting only of the URL Conspiracy1.com—perhaps the best conspiracy website on the internet. Each image can be displayed on any color background. Images with a vertical orientation are convenient for placing on items such as sell phone cases.
A really cool combination might consist of a URL on the back of a shirt, with a more complex design on the front (or vice versa).
It’s time to get personal. Let’s start by advertising your profession.
Next let’s hold the media whores who never stop ridiculing conspiracy theory accountable.
Finally, let’s examine a few of the media’s snotty comments, followed with a volley of witty comebacks.
Now we can put the pieces together to create our own little smackdown.
Mr. Skeptic ˆ
The ultimate insult may be the ever cool Mr. Skeptic. One of the most potent weapons, humor can stop even the vilest media whores in their tracks.
The Mr. Skeptic images include two partial designs. You can see how they can be used on the Clothing page.