Kewpee Hamburgers is the second known chain of hamburger fast-food restaurants in America. Founded in 1923 in Flint, Michigan, Kewpee was named after the popular 'Kewpie Dolls' popular at the time. Their square burger patty's are said to have inspired Dave Thomas, founder of Wendy's, in the development of his own chain. This version of the Kewpee tee features a subtle vintage effect with some light wear included in the design to make it look like a 1923 original.
Tags: 1923, vintage-diner, cook, vintage-cafe, diner
Mega Man is an android called Rock, created as a lab assistant by the scientist Dr. Light. Following treachery by Dr. Wily, Rock was converted into a battle robot to defend the world from Wily's violent robotic threats, thus becoming Mega Man. This vintage video game design features 8-bit artwork and the original Japanese titling along with plenty of hand painted distressing to give it a straight outta the 80s kind of look.
Tags: art, megaman, mega-man, capcom, mega-man-x
"Bluth's Original Frozen Banana" is a frozen banana stand started by George Bluth in 1953 as part of the Bluth Company. It is located on the Oceanside Wharf boardwalk, on Balboa Island in Newport Beach. This version of the Bluth's Original Frozen Banana design includes a nice vintage treatment giving it a well seasoned look.
Tags: arrested-development, bluth-company, bluths, george-michael-bluth, bluth
Kewpee Hamburgers is the second known chain of hamburger fast-food restaurants in America. Founded in 1923 in Flint, Michigan, Kewpee was named after the popular 'Kewpie Dolls' popular at the time. Their square burger patty's are said to have inspired Dave Thomas, founder of Wendy's, in the development of his own chain. This version of the Kewpee tee features heavy vintage effect with lots of chips and cracks to make it look like it came straight from 1923.
Tags: doll, flint-michigan, michigan, 1923, kitchen
Burger Chef was an American fast-food restaurant chain. It began operating in 1954 in Indianapolis, Indiana, expanded throughout the United States, and, at its peak in 1973, had 1,050 locations. The chain featured several signature items, such as the Big Shef and Super Shef hamburgers. Burger Chef spread across both the West and East Coasts—eventually becoming second only to McDonald's in number of locations... hard to believe, right? This version of the retro 70's Burger Chef design includes a thoughtful distressing treatment to give it just the right look.
Tags: hamburger, vintage-diner, vintage-cafe, diner, restaurant
Firefly ship works were the primary designers and manufacturers of the Firefly-class transport ship. They were stationed on Hera and produced 4 series of Firefly-class transport ships including the one later known as the Serenity. They also manufactured the Sandfly-class transport ship, which was designed to replace the series 1 Firefly. This vintage style design looks like it's been to Hera and back across the 'Verse and is a perfect addition to any Firefly/Serenity fan's collection.
Tags: browncoats, captain-mal, malcom-reynolds, serenity, zoe-washburne
Flynn's Arcade is a video game arcade owned and operated by Kevin Flynn. It is a multi-story establishment, with numerous assembled arcade games on the ground floor and office space on the floor above. The upper rooms have been furnished to serve as both a work space and accommodation, in which Flynn lived prior to taking control of ENCOM. This design features a subtle, simulated screen printed effect with slightly visible halftone dots along with some heavy vintage distressing to give it some true 80s cred.
Tags: gaming, tron, tron-legacy, flynn, flynnrider