Polka-Dotted Cow

Sometime in the 1990s, I used CorelDraw to design a cow crossing sign featuring a polka dotted bovine. The dots were a tip of the cap to the Holsteins I grew up with, but also a subliminal reference to splatter (recorded Never Stand Behind a Sneezing Cow right around the same time). I used the logo on my business card and letterhead (remember letters?). So what fun to show up to a recent event and be greeted with this:

Thank you, Tammy!

The sign is a one-off original, but you can get your own polka-dotted cow: Wear it, stick it, or drink with it:

And if you didn’t grow up on a dairy farm…yep. It’s true: Don’t.

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