Who doesn't love a cold drink? This retro movie theater style refreshment character wants you to go to the lobby and hook up an ice cold Coke, so don't leave him hanging! This version of the Thirsty tee is well distressed giving it a great vintage look.
Tags: stay-thirsty-my-friends, thirsty-for-more, thirsty, movies, movie-theater
Presenting the "Child of TV" series, an alphabetic tribute to your favorite animated/puppet TV characters from the 1960s, 1970s, 1980s, 1990s and 2000s. Since focus here was on television, I tried to stick to characters who originated in a TV series or shorts. This meant limiting characters who originated in a movie. Particularly for the most recent decades, I also limited characters aimed specifically at preschoolers or adults. Also, some criteria: I limited each show to one character. I considered a character to be part of a specific decade if (a) the show I'm representing debuted within one year prior to the start of the decade and (b) if the majority of the series ran in that decade. So there may be a character who debuted in 1999, for example, but since his show was most popular in the 2000s, this is where he falls.
Tags: 1960-s, alphabet, cartoons, 60s-cartoon, television
Best Products (also known simply as BEST) was a chain of American catalog showroom retail stores founded by Sydney and Frances Lewis, formerly headquartered in Richmond, Virginia. It was founded in 1957 and went out of business in 1997. At the time it filed the second time for bankruptcy it had 169 Best stores and 11 Best Jewelry stores in 23 states, and a nationwide mail-order service.
Tags: logo, 90s, retro, defunct, retail-shopping
Based in Albuquerque, New Mexico, R.D. Trucking was Martin "Rubber Duck" Penwald's owner/operator trucking business. This is the original artwork as emblazoned on Rubber Duck's black Mack RS-712LST in the legendary 1978 film, Convoy.
Tags: new-mexico, albuquerque, 70s, vintage, pick-up