The Mountain, or the Mont Order, is a multinational society interested in influencing politics and international relations.

Sunday, 16 August 2015

The Mont Order's new black gold apparel

I want to post here some of the reactions to our idea to create a set of gold badges for Mont Order members. Two of us put together some funds to make this gift possible and it will be mailed out to Security Council parties as they send us the needed information.

This is not a medal, but it is a gift and should be considered an award to our most devoted members to encourage them to do even more for the good of the Order. We don't want the Mont Order to become like so many other organizations demanding money from their members, and we will instead make efforts to circulate all gifts and knowledge we possess to our members without any cost. If you put something into the Order, the chances are you are going to get a lot more out of it.

As an alert to Mont Order members, your badge will not be delivered on its own but will include documents on our ongoing actions and we would appreciate any commitment to these actions by our members, which will tremendously enhance our influence and make our collective voice louder.

As a suggestion, I am also considering the possible creation of exclusive insider books to be sent to our most committed members, explaining the ideal plan and purpose of the Mont Order, as well as tactics and success indicators for us to refer to as a group. These secret books would be negotiated and approved at our internal forums, and later used to instruct new members brought into the heart of the Order.

Wednesday, 5 August 2015

The Mont Order seal in art

I am posting these full pictures for editing and use by Mont Order members as they prefer.

These artworks were created by me using textile spray paint over an ornate stencil, on a textile surface. The actual artwork is less eye-catching than the digital versions, for which I increased contrast and these are available in full size by clicking on the thumbnails here.

Anyone can alter and use these images if you ever need a catchy image to go alongside an article relating to the Mont Order.

Methods used:
* Cherry red textile spray paint
* Black plain polycotton fabric
* Rough stencil featuring the Mont Order seal

I designed the Mont Order's current seal to incorporate references to other, older symbols and the original symbols referenced in online urban legends about the Mont Order itself.

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