Whitechapel Serpentine Altar Shirt . This sweet shirt pays homage to the Caribbean Sea with a map of the area’s major islands. The map features island nations like Aruba, Cuba, Jamaica, Trinidad and Tobago, and Barbados. The Caribbean islands thrive off of tourism and an estimated 12 million people visit the area annually. Many visit the islands on cruise ships and some popular Caribbean activities include snorkeling and scuba diving through the world’s second largest barrier reef, the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef.This vintage raglan features a graphic of Mickey Mouse, the beloved cartoon mascot of the Walt Disney Company, and shows the mouse playing baseball. Mickey is one of the most famous fictional characters in the world, even managing to beat common cultural figures like Santa Claus when it comes to recognizability. Mickey isn’t particularly known for playing sports, but Disney did release a short film in 1942 called How to Play Baseball, which starred Mickey’s pal Goofy. The short originally accompanied the theatrical release of The Pride of the Yankees, a movie centered around the legendary baseball player Lou Gehrig.
Whitechapel Serpentine Altar Shirt, Hoodie , Sweatshirt , Longsleeve , Ladies T-shirt , 3D T-shirt , Blanket , Bedding Sets
Whitechapel Serpentine Altar Shirt . This awesome tee features a beautiful sunset graphic of a sailboat cruising over the Pacific Ocean. The shirt is a souvenir from the 80s from the beautiful city of San Francisco, California. San Francisco is considered the commercial and cultural hub of Northern California, and is home to a number of exciting tourist attractions, which include the Golden Gate Bridge, Fisherman’s Wharf, Ghiradelli Square, and Alcatraz Island. The city is also known for its historic cable car system, which is one of only two street railways in the United States to be honored as a National Historic Landmark.This rad long sleeve t-shirt is from the 8th Annual Tom Sullivan St. Patrick’s Day 10k run. Tom Sullivan is an American musician, author, actor, and inspirational speaker known for his advocacy work for blind folks. Sullivan was blind from birth but he didn’t let that stop him from releasing two albums, five books, and guest starring in shows like M*A*S*H and Mork & Mindy. Sullivan founded the St. Patrick’s Day 10k in Torrance, California to benefit the Blind Children’s Center of Los Angeles.
There are no reviews yet.