Good fortune round the clock. Bat T-Shirt
This design is actually made up of three parts.
1. The clock.
2. The bat. https://www.flickr.com/photos/biodivlibrary/7629993166/in/photolist-cCeH9j-ei7oeQ-bo3NFJ-bo3LvS-cCeCfm-foyMVy-dG13kt-c5iB85-a88aak-dM965w-aUTbBT-bAXEa6-e2qTg9-abvzjJ-aAxcsv-bK4d7g-a7Uxus-e2qSCj-bvULtQ-e2qT4f-e2qTay-e2kfPx-e2qTGC-e2kdR4-e2kfzz-e2ke7v-e2keXv-e2ke18-e2qSKE-e2kfmi-bJvLCx-e2keQD-ft7MT3-e2kenB-dG6sSm-bo3JoA-e2kfWK-aFRkgK-dJyySs-aBgAmj-akH6z7-aBJPq8-aBdUB2-ei7o4S-e2qWjU-dJyyHo-e2qUYd-e2qURq-e2kg3k-e2qUzmWorked in PS to decolorized and improved the contrast.
3. The Chinese character that the bat's holding onto.
The Chinese character is 福 (fu). As I'd explained in one of my earliest designs on Zazzle, it means good fortune, lucky, happiness and blessedness etc. Sold a poster on that design earlier this year and also on Redbubble. 福 indeed. No wonder the Chinese love to have this character hang/stick on their walls/doors during the Chinese new year. hahaha...
Anyway, bat in mandarin is also pronounced as fu (same as
福). The nocturnal animal had traditionally been used as a fortune symbol in China.
My design...well I guess the title says it all. I am wishing everyone good fortune round the clock.