EXCLUSIVE CAMPAIGN MERCHANDISE - BUTTONS

As promised I am pleased to announce our latest range of campaign merchandise this time in the form of inexpensive buttons, the sale of each will result in a very small profit which will help support this campaign and allow us to look at more costly forms of promotion in the future.

Our first range features the much asked for Frank's Army button which will show your solidarity with the cause and help us to spread the word as each button comes emblazoned with our websites address. Buy them, share them and help Franks Army march ever onwards.
And just for fun, and to help in the task of raising funds, I have designed twelve comical buttons based of some of Frank Black's most memorable foes and an extra one just because I'm fond of Averie Maddox - I think I'm allowed just a little artistic licence every now and again.

Each button costs just over a pound and is an inexpensive way of supporting our campaign and getting yourself a little piece of campaign memorabilia in the process and if you have a little loose change spare why not purchase a few and mail to them to Steve Asbell: one more little push in the right direction never hurt.

So head on over to our button store, peruse the range and consider making a purchase yourself. Don't loose sight of our goal, keep up the good work and I look forward to seeing you all wearing your Millennium pride on your lapels. This is who we are!

Mark

15 Responses to "EXCLUSIVE CAMPAIGN MERCHANDISE - BUTTONS"

Spooktalklaura said... September 22, 2009 at 7:28 AM

Mark these are absolutely fabulous!! So good Mark You did a fantastic job. I know these will go over well and will be selling like hotcakes!!! Which is a good thing! :) I can't wait to get some of these.

Laura

Jósef Karl said... September 22, 2009 at 8:39 AM

I'm flabbergasted!

These designs are really out there.

To be honest, I'm having a hard time identifying most of the baddies from these buttons.

I'm gonna study them, and see which baddie gets the honor of going to Iceland.

Great job, Mark. Must be hard to create something, when the canvas is SO small.

Cheers from Iceland!
- Jósef

RSWehman said... September 22, 2009 at 8:56 AM

I really had not expected to see the finished product so soon. You are SPECTACULAR!!!

I love it. Steve Asbell is going to get at least one of each, from me, at the rate of one a week. I mailed him the 16 x 20 framed poster. Maybe he'll hang it on the wall in his Fox studio office and send us a photograph...

GREAT JOB!!!

We've got our next push for Operation Fox...let's do it!

The Time is Now.
This Is Who We Are!!
Rhonda

Mark Hayden said... September 22, 2009 at 9:29 AM

Bless you guys. I've purchased a batch myself. One lot for me and one for Steve. I said to Troy that he must really like us - all these gifts coming his way ;)

To help you identify the rogues gallery here's a brief run down.

Avatar - Mikado
Lucas Barr - Via Dolorosa/Goodbye
Polaroid Stalker - Nuff Said
Joe Reynard - Single Blade of Grass
Greb - Somehow Satan GBM
Deena - Innocents/Exegesis
Lucy - More than enough said.
Warren Kroll - Matryoshka
Joe Chrest - 522666
Mr. Crocell - Curse Frank Black
Steven Kiley - Goodbye Charlie
Mr Johnson - X-Files: Millennium

Thank you so much for continuing the push On we march!

Cathi said... September 22, 2009 at 9:54 AM

Whoa! I said WHOAH! These are TOO good. I must have some ;)

Jósef Karl said... September 22, 2009 at 10:33 AM

Mark! Raymond Dees was in 522666!

Who is Joe Chrest?

- Jósef

Mark Hayden said... September 22, 2009 at 10:44 AM

Joe Chrest is the guy who played him. One year of Millennium all day, every day and I can't separate fact and fiction any more lol

Legal Notice: Joe Chrest hasn't blown anyone up as far as I know but played a character who did. There, back covered ;)

RSWehman said... September 22, 2009 at 11:31 AM

I love it...you guys are incredible.

I'm trying to order some but am having a hard time with my internet. I think I'll start with the Frank's Army and the Lucy Butler ones. From there, it's on to Deena and Raymond Dees. Good job covering yourself with that disclaimer Mark.

Are you going to work up dog tags??? I want a few of those too.

This Is Who We Are!!
Rhonda

Paul said... September 22, 2009 at 1:40 PM

Brilliant, just brilliant. I will definitely buy a few Army buttons but I love Crocell and just in time for Halloween. What a talented man you are.

Mark Hayden said... September 22, 2009 at 2:32 PM

Still working on the dog tags Rhonda. Proving very difficult to find what I am looking for but find it I will. Thanks for the kind words folks. Make sure you buy one or two eh?

Jósef Karl said... September 22, 2009 at 2:55 PM

I think these designs are very humorous, and I hope that's the intention. Funny to see Raymond Dees's accident down below :D

You've managed to make villains cute and cuddly. Now I don't want Frank Black to stop them, but to feed them, take a walk with them, just like a computer pet game, that Roedecker got for a X-mas gift from Mr. B.

And, I'm starting to read episode number 10 of the 4th virtual season, been an enjoyable read overall.

- Jósef

Mark Hayden said... September 22, 2009 at 3:07 PM

It certainly was the intention. We can't use any images or designs from the series so everything has to be made from original design work (not my strong point.) Coupled with the fact that a number of our female followers felt that the t-shirt designs were geared to our male audience I wanted to expand the range beyond the Franks Army buttons and offer something fun and quirky that would appeal to both sexes. Additionally I wanted them to be collectable in the hope that people would purchase them all.

Anyway - less from me and more from all of you :)

George said... September 22, 2009 at 6:04 PM

Genius, adroitness, capability, cleverness, command, craft, deftness, expertise, you name the synonym - it fits. Can we have more? Deena is just wonderful, all those blue eyes clones smiling out at you. You are so right, Frank's Army does indeed march on. Kudos from Ireland!

Bayles said... September 23, 2009 at 9:23 AM

Amazing job Mark! I can't believe the volume of buttons. It makes it hard to pick a favorite.

Michael O'Connor said... September 24, 2009 at 1:07 AM

Great idea! It'll save me a fortune on BTFB tattoos:)

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