Convention launches

We launched a veritable explosion of new products at the UK Discworld Convention, now they're available to buy on our website as well!

Dark Side of the Turtle T-shirt

£20.00 – £22.00

In the spirit of Soul Music, this stunning black t-shirt pays homage to a certain icon of Roundworld music, whilst giving it a distinctly chelonium spin.

Printed digitally on ringspun Gildan t-shirts,

“Through the fathomless deeps of space swims the star turtle Great A’Tuin…”

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A Frenzy of Feegles T-shirt

£20.00 – £22.00

This high quality Gildan t-shirt is screen printed with a design by Discworld artist Paul Kidby, showing nine of the most well-known members of clan Nac Mac Feegle.

“They were all about six inches tall and mostly coloured blue, although it was hard to know if that was the actual colour of their skins or just the dye from their tattoos, which covered every inch that wasn’t covered with red hair. They wore short kilts, and some wore other bits of clothing too, like skinny vests. A few of them wore rabbit or rat skulls on their heads, as a sort of helmet. And every single one of them carried, slung across his back, a sword nearly as big as he was.”

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Death With Stray Cats T-shirt

£20.00 – £22.00

This high quality black Gildan t-shirt is screen printed, with a design by Discworld artist Paul Kidby, showing Death with his favourite animals.

‘What is there in this world that makes living worth while?’

Death thought about it.

CATS, he said eventually, CATS ARE NICE.

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Fabricati Diem T-shirt

£20.00 – £22.00

This high quality Gildan t-shirt is screen printed with a design by Discworld artist Paul Kidby, illustrating one of the most famous scenes from Guards, Guards!

Captain Vimes limped forward from the shadows.

A small and extremely frightened golden dragon was clamped firmly under one arm. His other hand held it by the tail.

The rioters watched it, hypnotised.

“Now I know what you’re thinking,” Vimes went on, softly. “You’re wondering, after all this excitement, has it got enough flame left? And, y’know, I ain’t so sure myself…”

He leaned forward, sighting between the dragon’s ears, and his voice buzzed like a knife blade:

“What you’ve got to ask yourself is: Am I feeling lucky?”

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Death Tote Bag

£8.00 £4.00

A brand new tote, featuring Paper Panda’s popular Death design.

‘Death opened the box and took out the kitten. It stared at him with the normal mad amazement of kittens everywhere.

I DON’T HOLD WITH CRUELTY TO CATS, said Death, putting it gently on the floor.’

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Unseen University Tote Bag

£8.00 £4.00

Featuring the crest of Unseen University emblazoned on a maroon tote bag, show off your affiliation to the oldest institution on the disc.

‘Many things went on at Unseen University and, regrettably, teaching had to be one of them. The faculty had long ago confronted this fact and had perfected various devices for avoiding it. But this was perfectly all right because, to be fair, so had the students.’

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Dweenie Mug

£8.00

A brand new mug detailing a vast collection of Discworld Dweenie characters by the artist Ray Friesen. See if you can recognise them all!

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Woof Bloody Woof Mug

£8.00

Featuring the most talkative canine resident of Ankh-Morpork, this mug bears Gaspode the Wonder Dog, as imagined by Paul Kidby, and one of his more sardonic utterances.

‘Woof bloody woof,’ said Gaspode the Wonder Dog.

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Feegle Horde Mug

£8.00

Crivens! Featuring a veritable collection of pictsies, this mug, illustrated by the artist Ray Friesen, is the best way to drink your blindingly strong beverage of choice!

They were all about six inches tall and mostly colored blue, although it was hard to know if that was the actual color of their skins or just the dye from their tattoos, which covered every inch that wasn’t covered with red hair. They wore short kilts, and some wore other bits of clothing too, like skinny vests. A few of them wore rabbit or rat skulls on their heads, as a sort of helmet. And every single one of them carried, slung across his back, a sword nearly as big as he was.

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Greebo Pencil Mug

£8.00

The second in a series of prints released back in 1995, this pencil image of Greebo is now available in all it’s glory as a mug.

Nanny Ogg also kept a cat, a huge one-eyed grey tom called Greebo who divided his time between sleeping, eating and fathering the most enormous incestuous feline tribe. He opened his eye like a yellow window into Hell when he heard Granny’s broomstick land awkwardly on the back lawn. With the instinct of his kind he recognised Granny as an inveterate cat-hater and oozed gently under a chair.

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Librarian Pencil Mug

£8.00

The very first pencil print released was the Librarian, a perennial favourite with readers. This classic illustration is now available as a mug for the very first time.

So it was reasonable to assume that the small purple newts had been part of the floor and the pineapple custard may once have been some books. And several of the wizards later swore that the small sad orangutan sitting in the middle of it all looked very much like the head librarian.

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