Lucy Butler Week - Day Four - T-SHIRT THURSDAY!

Roll up, roll up! Time to get your infernal claws on a couple of exclusives courtesy of designer and illustrator, Barry Renshaw. Those in the know will already be aware that Barry has created an exclusive range of merchandise for this campaign. Taking subtle nods from some of the finest episodes on the canon, Barry has designed a stunning range of T-Shirts, the profit from which is being saved towards a print ad campaign that we so desperately need.

Despite being unduly busy, Barry has created two designs in support of Lucy Butler Week and I am sure you will agree with me that these are just fantastic (click on the images to open them in a new window and view them in better detail.)

Who can forget the scene in Antipas in which Lucy gives Frank Black the bbenefit of her *ahem* attention in the Little Red Wagon Motel? Fond of that episode? Well now you can wear that pride quite literally. It doesn't stop there, oh no, when you've that many souls to cater for our Legion Tee should appease the fashionistas out there regardless of which personality is at the fore.

As always, everything we do has a serious message: purchasing a tee from our store raises a small amount of money that will allow us to consider options hitherto unavailable to us so please consider making a donation and looking dapper in the process.

Mark x

Please note, our merchandise store is currently being upgraded and our previous designs are unavailable to view at present. Please check back shortly to view the complete range when the upgrade has completed. Thank you.

To listen to love is blue as you peruse our Blog this week use the 'Love Is Blue' cassette links that will feature on every 'Lucy Week' blog post. Just click the link and a new window will open which will play the tune. Oh, and keep looking over your shoulder in the process eh?

12 Responses to "Lucy Butler Week - Day Four - T-SHIRT THURSDAY!"

Jósef Karl said... September 3, 2009 at 6:45 AM

Great work Barry.

I like that Legion design.

I will get my Avatar t-shirt by the end of the week, so I'll send you guys a pic of me in it.

I'll for sure order this one at one point.

Cheers from Iceland!
- Jósef

FoxyWonder said... September 3, 2009 at 7:13 AM

How Awesome is the ★☆Legion T-Shirt★☆. You guys are such a talented bunch of people. Postcards, videos and tee-shirts. Wowzers, this week has really shown what you motivated folks can do. Just letting you know this gal ♥♥really appreciates it♥♥. You'll get your Millennium Movie y'know. I'm confident.

RSWehman said... September 3, 2009 at 7:48 AM

I certainly wouldn't have minded sharing Lucy's *ahem* attention with Frank in Antipas. I really like the Little Red Wagon Motel logo...we guarantee a night to remember...

I like the Legion Tshirt as well. This is a hard choice to make.

Thanks again to Barry for such great art! Eventually, I plan to have a Millennium T for everyday of the week.

If we keep up this momentum, yes indeed we will have a return of Frank Black. Help us...

To ALL...

Keep up the excellent work.

This Is Who We Are!!
Rhonda Wehman

Mark Ducker said... September 3, 2009 at 7:59 AM

I'm not sharing Lucy's *ahem* attention anyone lol

Thanks for that Rhonda you made me chuckle and extra kudos to Baz for his continued support and hard work. Had it not been for him, Josef, Graham, DiRT (more on him later) and the rest of our supporters this week would never have happened. I thank you.

And remember, if you are reading this guys. Postcards, postcards, postcards! You and you alone will get this movie made.

We can interview, blog and podcast to our hearts content and it doesn't mean jot compared to that letter, that postcard, that polaroid that you could send.

We are a campaign. Let's start campaigning with gusto!


David said... September 3, 2009 at 8:21 AM

The Legion one is absolutely-bloody-lutely-brilliant. I can't believe how talented you guys are. This week really has been a feast.

I have to give you guys kudos. I have seen fan campaigns come and go and this is the most impressive fan campaign I have ever seen.

It is either that Millennium draws talented people to it or that if was fluke you all found each other but there's some remarkable work on offer here.

Well done Barry!

Vertigo-go said... September 3, 2009 at 10:09 AM

Quite simply: perfect! Well done Barry on such an imaginative and fitting depiction of 'Legion' - chilling indeed. That's me sold.

Spooktalklaura said... September 3, 2009 at 11:20 AM

I love these shirts! I especially love the Little Red Wagon one. Very good job! :)

I know why we will get the movie made because when you put your heart into something such as you all do it happens. :) All of you guys give up your own time and put such effort into everything you do for the campaign and not once do you ever let us down or skimp on quality. You all are top notch people and we have the best of the best working together on this and there is no doubt that we will see this to the end with the desired outcome. :)

Lots of love, hugs and kisses,

Lisa said... September 3, 2009 at 2:17 PM

These are awesome and I am a t-shirt-aholic! You seriously put so much work into this campaign Mark it's really impressive. Your dedication is much appreciated and admired!

Graham Smith said... September 4, 2009 at 10:19 AM

I love the Little Red Wagon Motel too! Fantastic!

George said... September 4, 2009 at 10:41 AM

Consider the Legion one mine. Very talented work Barry.

Baz said... September 5, 2009 at 12:43 AM

Thanks for the kind words everyone. Hope to see pictures of people spreading the word with their tshirts soon!


Mark Ducker said... September 5, 2009 at 4:43 AM

Actually that's a very good idea Baz and thank you so much, once again, for the hard work, time and effort you put into this despite being run off your feet yourself.

If you do have any pictures of yourselves in your demonic apparel, please send them to me at and I will share them with our supporters and plug your social network profiles and Blogs, if you have them, in the process.

Spreading the word is so very important and showing you support the campaign, well that's worth its weight in gold.

M x

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