Playing on the company's tradition of giving its running shoes numerical monikers as opposed to arbitrary names, this tee from New Balance makes as strong a statement as the shoes' numbers that appear on the chest. Made from a soft cotton jersey fabric, it has a relaxed cut for comfort and ease of movement. It's finished with a crew neck and a heritage vintage woven label at the hem.
Unveiled as the LP500 concept at the 1971 Geneva Motor Show, the Lamborghini Countach went on to become an automotive icon. Produced from 1974 to 1990, it was nearly as notable for its appearance on automotive posters as it was for its impressive performance, a legacy that makes it an ideal choice for a fine art print. This particular shot highlights the design from the rear passenger-side corner, with the iconic wing, vents, boxy air intake, and signature rear lights all visible. It's printed on 10 mil thick Epson Ultra Premium Luster Photo Paper and arrives in a sturdy black or white wooden frame.
Size: 18" x 24"
Seductively enjoying a milkshake, Lillian Muller was the playmate featured on the cover of the May 1977 issue of Playboy. This shirt celebrates the shot with a digital print on the back. On the front of the black organic cotton tee is text listing the issue's date, price, and the "ENTERTAINMENT FOR ALL" slogan seen on all Soulland's Playboy collars.
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