With autumn materializes the most curious little coffee shop and bakery. On quiet city streets, busy village thoroughfares, tucked just beyond the last shelf in that dark secondhand bookshop: Mama Reynard’s Tricks & Treats is everywhere and nowhere. It is a secret space for the wicked and the lost, especially those who do not want to be found. No one ever announces “mischief managed” here, because there’s always more mischief to be done. Mama Reynard’s also serves jam-slathered scones you’d trip a preacher for, and that’s no lie.
To steal a slogan from the goblins, “Come buy! Come buy!”
I’ve created this design in winking honor of Reynard, that trickster fox of French and German fables and more. It’s a fine design for these autumnal months, fetchingly pared with a great orange shade for most products. (You get to choose which color you’d like it on for any shirt purchases.) I created this coffee shop logo using vector graphics from GFX9, the fonts Variane by Boy Moch Tomi and Humblle Rought by Hendra Dirtyline, and fox clipart from Clker.com.
You can find this design on Redbubble, on the following products: shirts, prints and other wall art, throw pillows, mugs, travel mugs, tote bags, drawstring bags, and journals both spiralbound and hardbacked.
I’m always open to requests, so let me know if there’s something you want that I haven’t set up.
And remember, if you’ve stumbled upon Mama Reynard’s Tricks & Treats, today’s your lucky day! Or not. But probably.
(Party fox by fulifuli. Click to make him dance!)
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