Set in a future in which interstellar travel is effected by transferring consciousnesses between bodies ("sleeves"), Altered Carbon follows the attempt of Takeshi Kovacs, a former U.N. elite soldier turned private investigator, to investigate a rich man's death for him. This Altered Carbon design includes the title and "no body lives forever" tagline set in Japanese Kanji along with the iconic helix mark. This version is a vintage style with plenty of wear and tear, but I've also got a clean version as well.
Tags: cyberpunk, blade-runner, japan, manga, japanese
The Greatest American Hero is an American comedy-drama superhero television series that aired for three seasons from 1981 to 1983 on ABC, yet remains strangely memorable for some reason. This design features the iconic icon on the superhero's chest along with a nicely seasoned vintage effect.
Tags: 80s, superheroes, iron-man, captain-america, tv
Cobra Kai is a karate dojo established by Terry Silver and owned and run by his close friend from his military days, John Kreese. Kreese instructs his students to be merciless towards their enemies, which makes the Cobra Kai both vicious and unethical. This version of the Cobra Kai design includes the original logomark from the team uniforms along with a realistic vintage treatment to give it the look of a true 80s original.
Tags: retro, vintage, snake, cobra, mma
Cobra Command is the evil nemesis of the G.I. Joe Team in their constant attempts to take over the world. The version of the Cobra Command logomark includes a realistic vintage treatment to give it an original 80s look.
Tags: army, military, cobra-commander, gi-joe, comic-books
"Here at Anvil, if you are recruited you will find that something. A new brotherhood to call your own. Something to fight for." ―Billy Russo
Tags: security, superhero, punisher-skull, skull, superheroes
OASIS (Ontologically Anthropocentric Sensory Immersive Simulation) is a MMOSG (massively multiplayer online simulation game) created by James Halliday and Ogden Morrow of Gregarious Simulation Systems (GSS), formerly known as Gregarious Games. It completely revolutionized the entire world of gaming and made up for all of GSS' 10-or-so years of lost revenue they spent creating it. This is the vintage version of my Oasis design which is based on the actual logo type used in the latest Ready Player One trailer.
Tags: ready-player-1, video-game, arcade, atari, mmo
The Fall Guy was a TV show produced for ABC and originally broadcast from November 4, 1981, to May 2, 1986. It starred Lee Majors, Douglas Barr, and Heather Thomas as Hollywood stunt performers who moonlight as bounty hunters. This design is the Fall Guy Stuntman Association logo that was prominently displayed on Colt Seavers' killer GMC 4x4 truck and includes a nice vintage treatment to make it look like and 80s original.
Tags: colt-seavers, 80s, 1980s, jump, retro
Hawkins High School is the high school is located next to Hawkins Middle School in Hawkins, Indiana. Its football team is the Tigers, corresponding to the middle school's team, the Cubs. This Hawkins High School shirt includes a detailed vintage treatment to give it an authentic 80s look.
Tags: indiana, hawkins, tiger, cub, upside-down
The Blob is a 1958 American science-fiction-horror film in color by De Luxe, produced by Jack H. Harris, directed by Irvin Yeaworth, and written by Kay Linaker and Theodore Simonson. The film stars Steve McQueen (in his feature film debut) and Aneta Corsaut and co-stars Earl Rowe and Olin Howland. The Blob was distributed by Paramount Pictures on a double bill with I Married a Monster from Outer Space. The design is based on the theatrical release poster and includes ample vintage wear and tear to give it a genuine aged look.
Tags: creature, retro, horror, film, old-school
A bowling alley throwback from the late 50s/early 60s...
Tags: 1960s, bowler, 1950s, vintage, bowling-alley
The Nakatomi Trading Corporation is the $2.5 billion financial company who's US headquarters was taken over and ultimately very much destroyed by a group of international terrorists in the original Die-Hard movie. If you didn't make it to the gift shop before Nakatomi Plaza was blown up, this shirt will help ease your pain, not to mention how cool it will make you look. Yippee ki-yay ...!
Tags: die-hard, john-mcclane, nakatomi, yippee-ki-yay, yippie-ki-yay
Classic Spaceman celebrates that retro cool space era before 1987 when spaceships were blue and windows were neon pee yellow. This version of the Classic Spaceman shirt features a thoughtful distressed treatment to give it that great to the moon and back look. To infinity and beyond!
Tags: minifig, minifigure, retro, rocket, sci-fi
Gregarious Simulation Systems, otherwise known as GSS, is the company that produces and operates the OASIS. GSS started out as a company called Gregarious Games in the 1980s, created by James Donovan Halliday and Ogden Morrow. The company was a huge success from its inception to the age of Wade Owen Watts. This version of the GSS design includes an authentic vintage treatment to give it a true old-school look like you've had it since the 80s. If new and clean is more your thing, I've got one of those in my shop as well, so check it out!
Tags: glitchen, ogden-morrow, simulation, oasis, gss
"Man alone chimes the hour. And, because of this, man alone suffers a paralyzing fear that no other creature endures. A fear of time running out." This is the vintage version of the Bag of Minutes design, though I also have a clean version without all the wear and tear.
Tags: skull, death, bauhaus, retro, goth
Brooklyn's Bushwick Tavern seems like the kind of place that has long pour cocktails a lot of regulars as a result. This vintage style design celebrates the mysterious tavern that nobody knows about making it all the more cool...
Tags: tavern, retro, cocktail, bar, 1854
The only people to ever get further than the first couple of scenes in Dragon's Lair are the kids on Stranger Things... everyone else just saw themselves turn into a skeleton and were out a quarter. This DL design includes a killer 80s vintage treament to make it look the part, but a clean version is available as well if that's your thing.
Tags: retro, video-game, arcade-game, 1980s, princess-daphne
You know the van... every neighborhood has one.
Tags: van, stranger-things, stranger-danger, creepy, spooky
Poovey Farms is Pam Poovey's family dairy farm in rural Brown County Wisconsin where they raised Holstein cattle and produced milk, cheese, and other dairy products. This design includes an authentic Poovey Farms Racing logo with plenty of wear and tear to give it plenty of street cred.
Tags: sterling-archer, poovey-farms, dangerzone, danger-zone, the-danger-zone
Chamber of Chills was a 10-cent horror anthology published bimonthly by Harvey Publications that ran 26 issues (June 1951 - Dec. 1954). This design includes a reproduction of issue #19 which most people might recognize as the source inspiration of The Misfits sixth single, Die, Die My Darling. This version includes a well-aged vintage look with plenty of yellowing and cracking to give it a true old-school look. A clean white version is also available in more shop if that's more your style.
Tags: samhain, retro, vintage, spooky, death
Galaga is a fixed shooter arcade game developed and published by Namco in Japan and published by Midway in North America in 1981. It is the sequel to Galaxian, released in 1979. The gameplay of Galaga puts the player in control of a space ship which is situated at the bottom of the screen and overall gameplay is very similar to that of Space Invaders. This Galaga t-shirt design includes an authentic vintage treatment to give it a true retro look like you won it at the Palace Arcade back in the 80s.
Tags: video-game, videogames, atari, nintendo, pinball
Benny's Burgers is a diner located at 4819 Randolph Lane in Hawkins, Indiana. Family owned and operated since 1956, it was last owned and run by Benny Hammond until his death in 1983. This version of the Benny's Burgers design includes a realistic vintage treatment with ample fading and chipping to make it look like you picked it up back in '83.
Tags: 80s-movies, retro, stranger, burger, 1980s
Pepe Silvia is a reference to one of the most famous scenes of It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia in which the character Charlie goes on a conspiratorial rant about how he believes a person named “Pepe Silvia” does not exist. The scene has gone on to be a favorite in the Always Sunny fandom and has found use as a reaction image on Twitter.
Tags: all-seeing-eye, saying, vintage, retro, humor
Arnold's Beach Bar bills itself as "Waikiki's last tiki bar." I have no idea if that's true or not, but I do know that it's a genuine dive bar that's been around for decades and this design's vintage treatment makes it a look you picked it up back in the 80s.
Tags: tiki-culture, retro, waikiki, summer, surfing
Doggie Diner was a local fast food chain serving hot dogs and hamburgers in San Francisco that operated from 1948 to 1986. At one time there were 30 locations around the San Francisco Bay Area, mostly concentrated in San Francisco and were quite iconic with their giant fiberglass doggie heads on their signs. This version of the Doggie Diner design includes an embellished version of their original logo. This Doggie Diner Vintage design includes a realistic distressing to make it look like an old school original, but if you'd like a new looking version, check out my shop as I've got one!
Tags: california, doggie-diner, drive-in, restaurant, distressed
Big Kahuna Burger is a fictional chain of Hawaiian-themed fast food restaurants that has appeared in movies including Death Proof, Four Rooms, Pulp Fiction, From Dusk Till Dawn, The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl, and Reservoir Dogs. The most notable appearance of the chain has got to be when Jules and Vincent pay a visit to Brett, leading to Jules absconding with Brett's Big Kahuna Burger. "Mmm-mmmm. That is a tasty burger. Vincent, ever have a Big Kahuna Burger?" Big Kahuna Burger is one of my most popular designs, so I revisited it to create a v2 version that gives it an updated look. This version is distressed to give it a realistic vintage look, but I've got a squeaky clean version in the shop as well.
Tags: california, surfer, cheeseburger, death-proof, from-dusk-till-dawn
Outside of the typeset title sequence name, The Dukes of Hazzard had two official logos over their seven season and four movie run. This is the script style version which includes a realistic vintage treatment to give it a genuine 70s throwback vibe.
Tags: vintage, 70s, confederate, retro, duke-boys
Space Invaders is an arcade video game created by Tomohiro Nishikado and released in 1978. It was originally manufactured and sold by Taito in Japan, and was later licensed for production in the United States by the Midway division of Bally. Space Invaders is one of the earliest shooting games and the aim is to defeat waves of aliens with a laser cannon to earn as many points as possible. In designing the game, Nishikado drew inspiration from popular media: Breakout, The War of the Worlds, and Star Wars. To complete it, he had to design custom hardware and development tools. Space Invaders Arcade Type design utilizes the same splash screen logotype used in the priginal arcade games, plus includes an authentic vintage treatment to give it plenty of retro street cred.
Tags: nintendo, game, games, videogames, arcade-games
Witches Tales ran for 28 issues in the 50s and was on the cutting edge of horror comics during their time. This Witches Tales design includes a reproduction of issue #3 along with some nice vintage yellowing and cracking.
Tags: ghost, comics, retro, vintage, spooky
Megaman was known as Rockman (ロックマン Rokkuman) in Japan when it was first released for the Nintendo Entertainment System in 1987. This Rockman 1987 Original design includes a classic pixel art version of Megaman along with the Rokkuman text and "original 1987 release" set in Kanji. This version of the Rockman 1987 Original design includes plenty of wear and tear to make it look like you scored it back in 87.
Tags: retro, vintage, nes, 8bit, video-game
Yeah, no idea...
Tags: 2017-year-of-the-rooster, chick, retro-fashion, hen, chicken
The Boar’s Nest is a fictional business from the film Moonrunners, and the The Dukes of Hazzard TV series and films. The fictional Boar’s Nest is based on the real Boar’s Nest bar from the area where Jerry Rushing used to run moonshine. His stories were the basis for both Moonrunners and The Dukes of Hazzard. It is a bar—that also sells gas, and serves food—owned by Boss Rainey/Hogg where the people of Shiloh/Hazzard County meet and socialize. The Boars Nest t-shirt includes an authentic take on the original TV series signs and billboards along with a realistic vintage treatment with plenty of cracking and chipping to give it an authentic 70s look.
Tags: bandit, boars-nest, moonrunners, moonshine, dukes-of-hazard
This is a replica of a shirt Debbie Harry of Blondie fame wore back in 1977. This version has a true vintage look with plenty of cracking, fading, and chipping to make it looked like you picked it up back in the '70s. This one features a dark imprint which looks great on lighter color tees, but I've also got a light color imprint for darker color tees, so check it out.
Tags: camp, camping, 80s, 1980s, punk
Super Stars or simply Stars, are items used in many video games in the Mario universe, including the Super Mario series and the Mario Kart series. If the player gets a Star, they will become invincible. This design is leverages the classic 8-bit star along with "Let's kick ass!" set in Japanese kanji characters. This version includes a vintage style with plenty of wear and tear to make it look like an 80s original, but I've also got a clean and new one in my shop as well.
Tags: luigi, mario-bros, star, videogames, 8-bit
Gunstar Academy is Star League's pilot training program based on a planet Rylos at Starfighter Command. The design includes the official Gunstar Academy patch logo along with upper and lower rockers and a killer vintage treatment. A clean new version is also available in my shop.
Tags: retro, grig, xur, 1980s, 80s
With orange and white signs and orange roofed A frames, Pup 'n' Tacos were once a a SoCal staple. There were 99 locations at one point, but after a major fast food chain bought them up, Pup 'n' Tacos were suddenly no more. Keep this California icon's memory alive with this design that features the original '60s logo along with an illustration of their signature locations with period correct muscle cars and tricked out vans. This tee includes a realistic vintage treatment to give it an authentic aged look.
Tags: vintage, pup, camaro, van, drive-thru
Set in a future in which interstellar travel is effected by transferring consciousnesses between bodies ("sleeves"), Altered Carbon follows the attempt of Takeshi Kovacs, a former U.N. elite soldier turned private investigator, to investigate a rich man's death for him. This Altered Carbon design includes the title and "no body lives forever" tagline set in Japanese Kanji along with the iconic helix mark. This version is a nice, clean look, but I've also got a vintage version with plenty of wear and tear if that's your thing.
Tags: japan, manga, akira, altered, helix