How ironic is it that a store that once sold ironic T-shirts is now an ironic t-shirt itself? This store was pretty popular amongst lame high school kids in the mid-90s. Then they decided to stop selling guy's clothing for no apparent-reason and that was the end.
Tags: logo, retail-shopping, nostalgia, retro, mall
Covering mostly New York, Ohio, Kentucky and Western Pennsylvania, the chain was founded in 1967 in Columbus, Ohio, with its corporate headquarters and distribution center located in Worthington, Ohio, a northern Columbus suburb. In 1984, Gold Circle was notable as the first major discounter to implement chain wide UPC barcode scanning in an effort to reduce checkout time for shoppers and improve inventory accuracy and speed store merchandise replenishment.
Tags: logo, retro, retailers, nostalgia, 90s
Based in Atlanta, I only got to visit a few times, but this place was really cool. Great selection and decent prices. I remember they were one of the first to really do used CDs too. Purchased by Blockbuster and turned into little more than a notch in the Blockbuster Music empire.
Tags: logo, 90s, 80s, 70s, georgia
The 2017 Pens are back to back stanley champs! This design celebrates their win in a funny and artistic way. If you love Pittsburgh, if your cup size is stanley, or if you're a hockey fan you will love this shirt!
Tags: back-to-back, hockey-logo, penguins-art, cup-size-is-stanley, funny