When I said where do you wanna go on vacation, where did you say? Rusty? "Hawaii?" Shut up Rus, Audry? Not every vacation is going to be a winner, but how bad can it be when you choose Walley World? This version of the Walley World tee is nicely aged with hand distressing to give it a vintage souvenir shirt kinda look.
Tags: christmas-vacation-movie, disney, roller-coaster, theme-park, vacation
"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: boardwalk, balboa, california, california-beach, banana
"Hi, I'm Chucky, and I'm your friend 'till the end! Hi-de-ho, ha-ha-ha!" The Good Guy Dolls were an extremely popular doll aimed at young children. It was created and produced by the Play Pals toy factory. Of course not every Good Guy doll was filled with fun, most notably the one that contained the soul of a serial killer by way of a voodoo ritual. He went on killing everyone around him which kinda created some bad PR for the Good Guy Dolls leading to Play Pals ending the product line. Whether you're an old school horror fan or just like 80s stuff, the Good Guy shirt is the perfect fit!
Tags: good-guy, doll, monster, 1980s, 80s
Commodore was a North American home computer and electronics manufacturer. Commodore development of the home–personal computer industry in the 1970s and 1980s. The company developed and marketed one of the world's best-selling desktop computers of all time, the Commodore 64 (1982) and released its Amiga computer line in 1985, both of which still have extensive legacy followings to this day. This version of the Commodore C shirt features a nice dose of vintage wear and tear to make it look like it's been around since the 80s.
Tags: top-selling, coder, programmer, code, geek
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
The Wagon Queen Family Truckster station wagon is a state-of-the-art 80s automobile. A true symbol of the American dream that took Clark Griswold and family cross country on an ill-fated road trip to Wall World. This version of the Wagon Queen Family Truckster shirt features a vintage iron-on effect to give it the look of a great thrift store find.
Tags: vacation, wally-world, chevy-chase, clark-rant, clark-griswold
LV-426, is one of three known moons orbiting Calpamos in the Zeta Reticuli system, 39 light years away from Earth. The LV-426 Hotshots are the tough as nails terraforming team that lead the colonization efforts for mega corporation, Weyland-Yutani, in the mid-22nd century. The colony took on the name of Hadley's Hope, after found Curtis Hadley, and housed approximately 158 people before a minor pest control problem lead to the colony's demise.
Tags: alien, aliens, extraterrestrial, xenomorph, ripley