This is another version of my Scientist Salarian design, but this version has none of the faded black border around the letters so it will look better on a wider range of colors. See my store for the original version.
Tags: solus, mordin-solus, mordin, salarian, scientist-salarian
Show everyone you're a preferred reader in this shirt. On March 4, 1933, Lawrence Hoyt opened a rental library in a leased space inside a Bridgeport, CT department store under the name Walden Book Company. By 1948 it had grown to over 250 locations in various department stores. In 1962, the company opened its first "Waldenbooks" store in the Northway Mall in Pittsburgh, PA. The 1970s were a time of extraordinary growth for Waldenbooks, with new stores opening around the country at the rate of one per week. Waldenbooks had opened its 500th store in 1978 and by 1981 it had become the first bookstore chain to have stores in every state. By the time the company was celebrating its 50th anniversary in 1983, Walden was operating 830 stores nationwide and was continuing to thrive. Beginning in 2004, many Waldenbooks locations were re-branded and it was announced that the company was downsizing the Waldenbooks chain. By January 2010, 200 stores were closed. Liquidation to close all of the remaining Waldenbooks commenced on July 22, 2011.
Tags: retail-store, defunct, borders, nostalgia, retro
If you love to travel and consider yourself a world citizen, this tee is perfect for you. Wear it proudly on your trips and vacations around the globe! It also makes a great gift for friends and family who loves traveling for new adventures. The shirt features the quote "World citizen" and sketchy world map illustration.
Tags: trip, outdoor, travel, citizenship, citizen-of-nowhere