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Panic! At The Disco patches

Tags: iron-on, vintage, retro, panic-at-he-disco, brendon-urie


Fred, Barney, Scooby and Shaggy meet Count Dracula in Transylvania i n this vintage-style iron-on patch.

Tags: flintstones, scooby-doo, fred-flintstone, barney-rubble, scooby-doos


Vintage mid-seventies Six Million Dollar Man iron-on graphic, distressed for an authentic, well worn look.

Tags: steve-austin, 1970s, seventies, lee-majors, 6-million-dollar-man


Inspired by 70s vannin' culture and iron-on transfers, and dedicated to parents who still know how to party.

Tags: vintage, iron-on, minivan, parents, dad

MINIVAN DREAMS Crewneck Sweatshirt

by TeenageStepdad

Vintage mid-seventies Bionic Woman iron-on graphic, distressed for an authentic, well worn look.

Tags: jaime-sommers, six-million-dollar-man, 6-million-dollar-man, 70s, seventies


The 70s were a lot of things to a lot of people, but one thing we can all agree on is that they absolutely ruled when it came to tongue in cheek t-shirt humor. This 'meet a happy pussy' design is emblematic of this great era in t-shirt communication, so wear it with pride and let the world know how happy your cat is. Or something.

Tags: cat, pussy, kitty, funny, 1970s


The Gong Show was an amateur talent contest game show broadcast on daytime TV from June 14, 1976, through July 21, 1978, and in first-run syndication from 1976 to 1980 and 1988 to 1989. The show was created and originally produced by Chuck Barris, who also served as host from 1977 to 1980 in syndication. Amateurs competed in a talent contest judged by a trio of celebrities. If the act is so bad that the judges can’t bear to watch any more of it, they have the power to stop the act by pounding a large gong hanging on the wall behind them. Barris kept the acts flowing, the jokes flying and the raucous party atmosphere floating.

Tags: 1970s, 1976, hollywood, vintage, game-show


Dial up, drop in, and shred till you're dead

Tags: vintage, 70s, iron-on, teenage-stepdad, internet

CYBER SURFER Crewneck Sweatshirt

by TeenageStepdad

Space Invaders is considered one of the most influential video games of all time. It helped expand the video game industry from a novelty to a global industry, and ushered in the golden age of arcade video games. It was the inspiration for numerous video games and game designers across different genres, and has been ported and re-released in various forms. The 1980 VCS version quadrupled sales of the VCS, thereby becoming the first killer app for video game consoles. More broadly, the pixelated enemy alien has become a pop culture icon, often representing video games as a whole.

Tags: space-invaders, iron-on, 1970s, arcade, vintage


Inspired by 70s Iron-On T-Shirts, this is Lowbacca, Jedi Wookiee and his golden lightsaber. If he doesn't rip your arms off, he'll cut them off.

Tags: jedi, star-wars, chewbacca, lightsaber, 70s


T-Shirt iron-ons from the 70s and 80s have a truly unique style that never really caught on in any other medium, but their fragile nature makes them tough to find decades later. This design celebrates these great examples of period t-shirt art by recreating the style with plenty of vintage wear and tear to make it look the part.

Tags: truck-driver, dog, bandit, supertrucker, iron-on


In 1980, Datsun introduced the 720 as successor to the 620. In the US, the 720 came in regular cab and "King Cab" models, with regular and long bed options with standard (GL), deluxe (DX), and "Sport Truck" (ST) trim packages, all of which had two doors. In addition, from 1984 to 1986 a covered utility body style like that of the first generation 4Runner was available as an aftermarket conversion from a company called Matrix3 called the Bushmaster. The Datsun 720 was available in both 2WD and 4WD configurations, the latter having a divorced transfer case. The long wheelbase 2WD trucks (King Cab, short bed, and regular cab, long bed) had a two-piece driveshaft with a center support bearing. The 720 was assembled in the newly built Smyrna, Te

Tags: 4x4, 1980s, off-road, 4wd, rock-crawler


In 1976, America celebrated her bicentennial and while there were countless designs commemorating the event, one of the most ubiquitous was this classic Spirit of 76 design, most commonly found as iron-ons for t-shirts and other soft goods. This design is a hand-drawn recreation based one of these from a new old stock source and includes plenty of wear and tear to give it a genuine vintage look.

Tags: spirit-of-76, patriotic, america, red-white-and-blue, bicentennial

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Where can I find other panic at the disco designs?
In addition to panic at the disco designs, you can explore the marketplace for cheeky, retro, and saying designs sold by independent artists.
What material is this item made of?

Cotton/Poly fleece blend. Super warm and cozy fleece lining with a twill neckline and banded cuffs to keep in the heat.

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