In deepest Austria, there is a small village called "Anger". The main road in Anger winds up a hill around a very old church in the center of town. In the oldest part of the church is a medieval grave marker that commemorates a benevolent butcher. The marker is decorated with broken crossbones. This pin's design is an abstraction of that grave marker's design.
More about Anger here on my site:
Hello Pin Maker - got this as a present for my son who is part of the PDX skateboard (long board) community. I have paid for two pins to refuse his ankle bones so this pin is a perfect merit badge for him and reminder for me about unconditional love. -Steve G.
If you're looking for the perfect pins to elevate your style, I would highly recommend the Ellingson TV pins. I constantly receive compliments for the unique glow in the dark TV pin I ordered earlier this year. I know have the glow in the dark crossbones logo pin so I can show that off. These pins really are the 'new' San Francisco Treat.
You hear it on the breeze on the beaches of Mendocino, echoing under bridges in Austria, whispered in the dark corners of dimly lit bars in San Francisco: Ellingson. Who is this mysterious character? Will they do the impossible? Are you ready to show your allegiance? Break your bones, bow your head, & whisper his name: Ellingson.
This pin has everything you need in a pin - one and only one sharp area, and great looks everywhere else.