Good children risk death to feed their families in Hunger Games propaganda

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This may be the greatest piece of fanart to come out of The Hunger Games. Children during the World Wars planted victory gardens; the children of Panem put their names in the death lottery a few extra times to feed their families. Cheery!

Illustration for article titled Good children risk death to feed their families in emHunger Games/em propaganda

The Mary Sue hunted through the CafePress Hunger Games store and scoped out the best of what's on offer. This Panem propaganda t-shirt is certainly a gem — although I wish was available as a poster. Most of the items are what you'd expect: Team Peeta and Team Gale t-shirts, lots of Mockingjays, and some pretty cool district seals.

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But the Mary Sue has identified some particularly inspired bits of swag, like this parachute croissant water bottle:

Illustration for article titled Good children risk death to feed their families in emHunger Games/em propaganda
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Lionsgate should seriously market this film by dropping tons of parachute-wearing baked goods. It will be a delicious way to baffle people who haven't read the books.

CafePress Hunger Games Store [via The Mary Sue]

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Maybe I've just had bad luck, but everything I've ever ordered fro Cafe Press has been absolute crap. The two tees I've bought have both had the designs crack and start to flake off after one trip through the wash, and a TARDIS iPhone case I bought for my wife used an image that was noticeably pixellated, so it just looked like crap. They were good about getting me refunds, so I will give them that, but there just isn't any quality control in place. It's especially disappointing when I've paid less for much higher quality products from sites like TeeFury and Threadless.