Kirkland's Totem Lake Mall is arguably one of America's saddest retail environments and while it's (yet again) slated to be demoed and rebuilt, it's as of this writing still there and just pretty sad. Nonetheless, many Eastside kids of the 70s and 80s may fondly recall the cheesy Native American totem pole décor throughout. This design is taken right from the old wood carved sign that graced the front of the mall and has been long gone for years. This version of the Totem Lake tee is nicely distressed to give it an authentic vintage look.
Tags: totem-lake, kirkland, washington, seattle, mall