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Tuesday, 4 June 2013

Gold Key Star Trek Comic Issue 2 Tyvek Mighty Wallet

A few months ago, I was working at my job when my best friend came over and told me that she had gotten something for me and gave me the most amazing wallet I had (and have) ever seen. I am finally going to be putting it to use, but decided to take some photographs of it first - before it starts getting worn out.

A description of this wallet's design from the Dynomighty website: 
Faithfully reproduced with elements of Issue 2 from the Star Trek comic series remembered by fans as "The Key Collection". Originally published by Gold Key between 1967 and 1978.
These wallets are recycled and recyclable, waterproof and tear-proof.









There's really not much else that I can say without practically quoting the website directly or gushing over the wallet's beauty. If you would like a tyvek Mighty Wallet of your own, check out the Dynomighty website here



6 comments:

  1. That's cool beans T'L, I like it a lot. I wonder how they got around copyright issues? I would be fun to think of a design to create for such a wallet. Thanks for the head's up. Rock on.

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  2. Tyvek? I thought that was the name of the Vulcan character on Voyager...oh wait, that's Tuvok, nevermind, I'm just kidding. Actually I wanted to share this link to an interesting article on Voyager. To tell you the truth, I was never a huge fan of the show, preferring the rough and tumble TOS best, and some of the series of Next Gen. But, I'll say this article does have some interesting things to say, and gives me a new insight to the series, that perhaps will allow me to form a better appreciation of it. http://www.rogerebert.com/balder-and-dash/now-voyager-the-least-beloved-star-trek-offered-some-of-the-franchises-strongest-feminist-messages

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  3. Copyright issues, El Vox? Does anyone know if they acquired proper licensing? That's a way of getting around it.

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  4. Loving your pictures and the authentic and original way you have put your story across - you're an inspiration and I am following your journey - awesome work!

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