It was a website for fuzz boxes. Once upon a time it was free to download. I'm going to see if I can print these if all else fails.
Have you tried checking older versions of the site on the internet archive?
I often find gems that way.
You can always draw them using inkscape. It's a free vector drawing program.
I used to restore antique radios. There were companies who made the slide decals, that you soak in water and then apply the graphic to the radio. Might be worth checking into those who make slide decals.
With a little practice in Microsoft Publisher or Paint you could make costume ones for yourself. Really not that hard to do.
I found 5 vol, 5 tone and 10 dots water transfers for $17+ shp. Then I came across this video https://youtu.be/k-63xsQqR7w
thats from the Aussie guy diyguitarpedals.com.au it was a free download so i did..lol
looks like he got them from elsewhere, but it definitely says free download on his site. he used to sell them pre printed i think.
Works for me, like them more then the ones I downloaded. Thanks! Now when my pots get off loaded from the really really slow boat from China I can start.