The North American P51 Mustang is one of the greatest and most famous WWII Fighter planes. This is a blueprint illustration of one of the earliest models. Check out my shop for more plane illustrations, and check this one out in an alternative colour too! :)
Tags: north-american, p51, mustang, wwii, fighter
A highly dramatic version of the great World War II fighter the North American P-51 Mustang. Show the world your love of this amazing aircraft and what it has meant to history with this bright and eye catching design.
Tags: fighters, plane, p-51b-fighter, north-american, fighter-pilot
Once a species is gone, it's gone. The Carolina Parakeet once darkened the skies of the east coast of the US, but it was driven to extinction by hunting because it was considered a nuisance to crops. Remember this gorgeous little parrot with a depressing t-shirt.
Tags: extinction, carolina parakeet, parrot
This is part of my ongoing series about animals that went extinct after 1500. The Thylacine may be the most prominent example of a supposed extinct animal. Despite that the last known individual died in 1936 in a Zoo in Hobart/Tasmania, there have been sightings of this marsupial on Tasmania and even Australia where it is thought to be extinct for 3,000 years.
Tags: marsupial, fantasy, surrealism, tasmanian-tiger, animals
The four names on this shirt have created some of the most memorable madmen and monsters from the last 40 years: Michael Myers, Freddy Krueger, Leatherface, Krug Stillo, Snake Plissken, Nada, Martin, zombies! Between them, Wes Craven, Tobe Hooper, George A. Romero, and John Carpenter shaped the face of horror and what it meant to be scared -- their legacies still influencing horror movies today.
Tags: horror, movie, 80s, 1980s, 80s-movies
Between 1993 and 1998 my dad owned a small deli called: Nydell's North Main Street Deli. It was located in the small town of Bloutstown, Florida. He closed it down in 1998 due to his failing health. He recently passed away and to honor his memory we (his two boys) would like to travel to our old hometown (Reno/Sparks, Nevada) to spread his ashes. We are selling these shirts to earn money for this trip. Video of our trip will be available in our upcoming documentary (a documentary featuring Tim Nydell, his son). This documentary will be free to watch online.