I was in San Diego for the first day of Comic-Con on Thursday and was walking around with my writer friend Pamela as we waited for our scheduled meetings. We stopped by the Gama-Go booth because I love their stuff and buy my husband a LOT of their t-shirts. One of the staff at the booth was wearing this old Gama-Go design, which he said was discontinued because people kept mistaking the Katakana lettering for Hebrew.
We sent it on over to Heeb Magazine, who collects such items for their Jewish esoterica archives (or perhaps just likes free t-shirts).
More photos from Comic-Con in my Comic-Con set at Flickr. (And a full Comic-Con report coming soon.)