Up until now, Victory Badges (and the Hero Award) have been relegated to homemade only status. See the Make It page for a few examples. We've come to realize this needed to be remedied, and besides, sometimes it's fun just to see what some of the more object-oriented components would look like if they could be printed out rather than hand made.
...by the way, 3D printing technology is on the cusp of changing the indie board game industry in fairly profound ways... But that's a topic for another day.
In the meantime, here is a humble 2D version of what we think the Victory Badges ought to look like. They're in the usual PDF format, which means there is plenty of room here for additional creativity (in ways of making them more tactile).
And for those who don't have access to a color printer, or would rather color their own, here's what the grayscale version looks like.
Oh, one quick thing. One of our Hauflin friends just mentioned that if you print out two copies on thick paper and then glue them back-to-back, they work pretty well. Another friend added that gluing both sides to a piece of intermediate material, such as cardboard or foam board, would make them good and thick (and of course much more fun to pass around). Enjoy!