Irish designer and typographer Meg Hyland (she of the Movie Alphabet series) writes:
This Friday, Gallery 1988 [Los Angeles] opens its Joss Whedon tribute show featuing art based on his works including; Buffy, Angel, Firefly, Serenity, Dollhouse, Much Ado About Nothing, Cabin in the Woods etc. My print is based on Buffy the Vampire Slayer’s resident werewolf Oz and his band Dingoes ate my Baby. Prints available for purchase online this weekend.
“Here’s to all who went down under,
Who tore their Mammy’s hearts asunder,
Who chose the thongs over shteel-teo wellys,
And tried to tan their pashty bellys.
However this song was wrote because,
There’s friends of ours below in Oz,
Who daily take a sun drenched stroll,
And shed a distant tear for home.”
Bondi Junction, the new anthem of Irish emigrants in Australia.