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Joke edition: Bulgarian orders - Hall of shame


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It's been fairly quiet in the current sub-forum, so I thought I'd share with you a portion of my first 'illustrations' of Bulgarian orders which I made when I was fifteen (or so) years old and a novice in graphic design.

Yes, these images seemed pretty accurate to me back then. :lol:

I hope these illustrations will bring a smile on your face, as they did on mine when I accidentally dug them up last week from my backup archive. 

 

Ilieff

 

II_Class.jpg

IClass_sld.jpg

Iclass.jpg

VIClass.jpg

IVClassIgrade.jpg

IVClass_sld.jpg

IVClass.jpg

IIClass.jpg

VClass_crown.jpg

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Hi Ilieff,

 

Even now they a pretty nice let alone when a 15 years boy did.them

Well done

It is unfair to call them Wall of Shame

More likely name is to be  "My First Steps"

Wall of Shames are all deliberate fakes

 

Cheers

 

Graf

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