Feed your nostalgia with this retro design, featuring vintage curving script typography and an old-school rainbow color scheme. Our Simi Valley design makes a perfect gift for all California lovers. Show some hometown pride with the t-shirt or slap the sticker on your bumper to let them all know where you came from. Our Retro Ready designs take inspiration from the classics of the late 70s, early 80s era.
Tags: sign-painter, summer, west-coast, america, souvenir
Ape Shall Not Dunk On Ape. In 1980, a messenger for Eastern Onion named Henry Rojas, a singing telegram service, came to the Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Phoenix, AZ during a Suns home game dressed as a gorilla. As he left, Coliseum security suggested he do a few dances underneath the basket during a timeout and the fans loved it. So did the messenger, who kept coming to games until he was officially invited to be part of the team. Rojas hung up his suit in 1988, but his legacy and the character has continued for literally decades. Although not an "official mascot", in 2005, the Suns Gorilla was inducted into the Mascot Hall of Fame.
Tags: watchyoubacknyc, planet-of-the-apes, phoenix-gorilla, mascot, phoenix-az
Mid-Valley Wire Hanger Company is the front for the base of operations for Bureau Underground in Los Angeles and is probably a pretty good one as how many people go looking for wire hangers? This design includes realistic vintage treatment with plenty of chipping, cracking and fade.
Tags: trust-no-one, the-truth-is-out-there, stranger-things, alien, men-in-black