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On his way to school, a boy named Bastian ducks into a bookstore to avoid bullies. Sneaking away with a book called "The NeverEnding Story," Bastian begins reading it in the school attic. The novel is about a fantasy land threatened by "The Nothing," a darkness that destroys everything it touches. The kingdom needs the help of a human child to survive. When Bastian reads a description of himself in the book, he begins to wonder if this fantasy land is real and if it needs him to survive. That's the basic setup of The NeverEnding Story, a children's fantasy film that has been equally panned and met with critical acclaim.
Tags: book-lover, falkor, reading, neverending-story, books
In Dana Point, California, Bill Richards and his son Mark invented the first skateboard in 1958 by attaching a set of roller skate trucks and wheels to a wooden board. The Richards’ began selling their boards at their North Hollywood surf shop for $8 a piece in 1959, calling them 'Roller Derby Skate Boards.' Initially selling about ten a week, sidewalk surfing moved from a niche to a national sensation in the '60s, and by the end of 1965, the United States had over 15 million skaters, and the industry generated $100 million in annual sales. Not bad coming from a single idea hobbled together from existing components in the garage, huh?
Tags: skateboarding, dana-point, california, longboard, skating
By the end of the '70s, XTC were progressing at a rapid pace, and after two albums of kinetic jagged pop laced punk surging through its veins, Drums and Wires showed the band was not about to get stuck in the punk-era rut. This was more than evident on the offbeat single Making Plans for Nigel which hit the U.K. Top 20 and helped the band gain a solid underground following in the U.S. All told, Drums and Wires was the band's first true masterpiece, but hardly their last...
Tags: new-wave-music, british, 1970s, 80s, uk
Robotron: 2084 (also referred to as just Robotron) is a multidirectional arcade shooter released in 1982. The game is set in a fictional world in the year 2084 where robots have turned against humans in a cybernetic revolt. The aim is to defeat endless waves of robots, rescue surviving humans, and earn as many points as possible. A two-joystick setup was implemented to provide the player with more precise controls, and enemies with different behaviors were added to make the game challenging. Gameplay was designed to instill panic in players by presenting them with conflicting goals and having on-screen projectiles coming from multiple directions.
Tags: gamer, 1982, retro, 1980s, arcade
Partners in Crime is an American crime drama TV series set in San Francisco, California, that aired from September 27 to December 29, 1984. The show starred Lynda Carter as Carole and Loni Anderson as Sydney, two women with little in common except sharing Raymond as an ex-husband. When Raymond winds up murdered, Carole and Sydney set out to find his killer and eventually decide to run the detective agency Raymond has left them. Despite having two of TV's hottest stars onboard, the series was set to fail from the start. The show's creator and director was canned after the pilot was completed, which lead to him walking with the writing team and their 13 episode scripts, something that lead to things going downhill after the pilot movie.
Tags: retro, detective, detective-show, 80s-retro, tv-series
The coastal community of Belmar, New Jersey, is a jewel of the Jersey Shore. Visitors and residents alike love Belmar for its beautiful beaches and its small-town charm. Originally hosted by the regional telephone and phone book guys, the first Belmar Beach Sandcastle Contest was held in 1987 and has been an annual tradition every year since. This throwback design reflects those early years, depicting an old school phone book building a sandcastle.
Tags: retro, sandcastle, vintage, jersey, 1980s
The Colourbox opened their doors in 1991 at 113 1st Ave S in Pioneer Square, right as the 'Seattle sound' began blowing up national charts and the local music scene exploded. Located in the Terry-Denny Building, the venue was a small space that gave emerging artists a high visibility location to play. With a low stage and a long bar serving stiff drinks, the Colourbox was an intimate space with surprisingly good sound that saw countless acts throughout the club's near decade long run. Owned by a notorious slumlord, the rent was cheap, but the owner's lack of maintenance was the club's ultimate undoing as the building's ancient pipes routinely failed, causing raw sewage to back up into the restrooms, which wasn't exactly good for business.
Tags: seattle-sucks-now, grunge, alternative-rock-music, rock-and-roll-music, pnw
The Seattle Totems were a professional ice hockey franchise in Seattle, Washington that was part of the Pacific Coast Hockey League. The Totems played under several names prior to their 1958 renaming. In their last season of existence, the Totems played in the Central Hockey League in the 1974–75 season. They played their home games in the Civic Ice Arena and later at the Seattle Center Coliseum, and won three championships in 1959, 1967 and 1968.
Tags: native, native-american, hockey-player, hockey-life, tribal
While there is certainly no shortage of camgirls these days, there was a time when even the basic concept simply didn't exist. In 1996, a 19-year-old co-ed by the name of Jennifer changed that when she put a webcam in her apartment and wrote a script to take still images on timed intervals 24/7 and post them to her website, JenniCam. Unlike a lot of today's mattress actresses, JenniCam focused on Jennifer's daily life, much of which was downright boring, though there was some nudity and sexual situations, but again, it was within the context of her daily life and ancillary at best. As the site became increasingly popular, JenniCam added a paid version with more frequent uploads and higher quality images.
Tags: adult-industry, porn-actress, exotic-dancer, cam-girls, x-rated
Christ the King is a title of Jesus in Christianity referring to the idea of the Kingdom of God, where the Christ is described as seated at the right hand of God. This late '90s King Jesus design is perfect whether you're in a relationship with Jesus or just wanting an excuse for why you're not in a relationship.
Tags: heaven, christ-the-king, christian-designs, christian-gift, bible
"Abracadabra... I wanna reach out and grab ya." Whether you're a fan of magic, creep vans, or haunted phones, this Abracadabra Entertainment & Supplies design should fit the bill quite nicely!
Tags: abracadabra, halloween, horror-fan, horror-movie-addict, magician
The Fraternal Association of Steel Haulers (FASH) was organized in 1967 by eight frustrated owner-operator steel haulers who were less than satisfied with their representation by the well established cartage union. FASH grew quickly, adding more steel haulers to their ranks day by day, and what started as a dual union situation resulted in secession by FASH after the established union alienated and ultimately pushed FASH out. Along the way there were weeks of strikes, violent assaults, shootings, bombings, and other unsavory actions taken by both sides, though according to news reports, the established union was clearly behind most of the heavy-handed attacks on FASH members.
Tags: truck-driver, owner-operator, union-pride, steel-hauler, labor-union
Perrin Electronique was a mid-century producer of household electronic products based in Paris, France. This design celebrates what Perrin called 'the television for today and tomorrow' with a cheerful astronaut taking in the sights from behind the screen of his space age TV.
Tags: sputnik, tv, france, astronaut, french
1979's The Warriors centered around a turf battle between New York City street gangs that rages from Coney Island to the Bronx after the Warriors are mistakenly fingered for the killing of a well respected gang leader. Soon they have every gang in the city out to get revenge, and they must make their way across the city to their own turf while battling the armies of the night.
Tags: cinephile, queens, warriors, bronx, long-island
Ernest Michael Allred was a surly carnival man who opened the Regal Reptile Ranch & Menagerie along Route 66 in Erick, Oklahoma, giving post-war American travelers one of their earliest tourist trap experiences. Showcasing over 100 snakes, lizards, and other animals (that's the menagerie part), Allred charged minimal admission to get behind the walls and then put on a show for visitors, handling venomous snakes and letting them get an up close look. Of course, the real money was in the 'gift shop' which ranged from rattlesnake rattler keychains to snakeskin wallets to remember the experience. The Regal Reptile Ranch eventually moved down the way to Lena, Texas in the '70s, where Allred erected a giant sign reading 'RATTLESNAKES EXIT NOW.'
Tags: snake-gift, menagerie, erick, oklahoma, snake
This early '70s Soul Brother design hits on all cylinders and has all the vibes one would expect from a period piece of this nature
Tags: vintage, black-lives-matter, afro, black-power-fist, black-pride
This Brooklyn All Stars design is a throwback to the many community leagues that provided access to organized sports for children of the five boroughs of New York City.
Tags: athlete, basketball-lover, five-boroughs, basketball-player, manhattan
Rocco & Cheater's Speed Shop was located at 316 1st Avenue North in Birmingham, Alabama. Brothers Rocco and Cheater Sanfilippo originally opened the business up as a general repair shop in 1944. The boys incorporated in 1946 and their shop quickly became a magnet for hot rodders looking to soup up their cars for the drag strip and for circle track racing. Rocco & Cheater's both sponsored and campaigned cars in numerous races, making them a common name among racers. Dominic, a younger brother, joined the business in 1954, and Domenic's son, Sam, took it over in the '70s, eventually bringing his son in as well. While the shop closed in 2007, rumor has it that the stock remains in storage and is occasionally opened up by appointment...
Tags: rat-rod, birmingham, hot-rodder, dragster, speed-shop
Arthur Hurand opened Dawn Donuts in Flint, Michigan back in 1958, the name a reference to when bakers had to get to work in order to have fresh donuts ready every morning. Hurand expanded cautiously, steadily growing to 60 locations throughout Michigan and several surrounding states by the mid '80s. Hurand sold Dawn Donuts to a national chain in the early '90s, a move that was heavily real estate driven. While company stores were rebranded, the eight independent franchise locations continued to operate as Dawn Donuts, with many closing up shop as the years wore on.
Tags: michigan, bakery, baker, baker-gift, 1950
Whether you're a seismologist, Pangeaeart restorationist, or just like protesting things, this '90s era 'Stop Plate Tectonics 1991' design is for you. Fight the power!
Tags: san-andreas, earthquake, seismologist, geologist, protest
Whether you call them shrooms, Alice, tweezes, mushies, hongos, pizza toppings, or just magic mushrooms, these natural psychadelics have been leveraged by open-minded explorers for generations. Mushrooms containing Psilocybin, which the human body converts into psilocin, a chemical with psychoactive properties. Much like LSD, psilocin enters the brain via the same receptors as serotonin, the body's "feel good" hormone. Serotonin helps control body functions such as sleep, sexual desire and psychological states such as satisfaction, happiness and optimism, giving most users positive experiences. This magic mushroom design is a headshop classic that lets fellow travelers know what you're all about.
Tags: 420, magic-mushrooms, psychedelic, peace, lsd
The Bonneville Salt Flats are a densely packed salt pan in Tooele County in northwestern Utah. A remnant of the Pleistocene Lake Bonneville, it is the largest of many salt flats west of the Great Salt Lake. Bonneville Speedway (also known as the Bonneville Salt Flats Race Track) is an area of the Bonneville Salt Flats northeast of Wendover, Utah, that is marked out for motor sports. The salt flats were first used for motor sports in 1912, but did not become truly popular until the '30s when Ab Jenkins and Sir Malcolm Campbell competed to set land speed records.
Tags: land-speed-record, go-fast, hot-rod, auto-racing, motorsports
This early '70s Soul Sister design hits on all cylinders and has all the vibes one would expect from a period piece of this nature
Tags: soul-sister, soul-brother, disco, black-power, black-power-fist
Based in Columbus, Ohio, Columbus Custom Manufacturing produced a wide array of custom chopper parts ranging from forks and handlebars to complete chopper conversion kits for all the popular makes. They sold through dealers across the country, but also through direct sales via comprehensive mail order catalogs.
Tags: kustom, midwest, chopper, biker-design, chopper-forks
Joseph J. Milne started Milne Truck Line in 1916, running a single Garford 1.5 ton truck with hard rubber tires. He began hauling food and other things between St. George, Anderson Ranch, Cedar City, Lund, and the rail head at Modena. As business grew, Milne added newer trucks with pneumatic rubber tires and started hauling as far away as Salt Lake City, eventually transitioning from hauling fresh produced to transporting petroleum products and dry freight. Through a series of acquisitions and expansions over several decades, Milne became one of the West's largest motor carriers, serving 11 Western states, including Alaska and Hawaii. Milne itself was sold in 1979, but operated under the Milne name until the company's dissolution in 1987.
Tags: long-haul-truck-driver, milne, trucker, salt-lake-city, utah
Martial arts in movies are primarily traced back to early Chinese kung fu movies. This Far Eastern genre originated in the theatricality of Chinese opera and "Wuxia" novels, a romantic genre of Chinese folklore, often featuring a lone sword-wielding hero on a chivalric quest. The oldest films on record were shot in the '20s, most of which are lost to the sands of time. As the genre took off, mainland China banned Wuxia for promoting backwardness and superstition. The ban would last until the '80s, but production moved to Hong Kong during this time, and martial arts movies flourished. This was when Bruce Lee brought his kung fu martial arts to the screen, and these films gained worldwide recognition and popularity.
Tags: bruce-lee, combat, wuxia, china, dragon
This Staten Island All Stars design is a throwback to the many community leagues that provided access to organized sports for children of the five boroughs of New York City.
Tags: new-york-city, five-boroughs, queens, nyc, long-island
Ronald Ernest Paul (born August 20, 1935) is an American author, activist, physician and retired politician who served as the U.S. representative for Texas's 22nd congressional district from 1976 to 1977 and again from 1979 to 1985, as well as for Texas's 14th congressional district from 1997 to 2013. After the popularity and grassroots enthusiasm of his 2008 presidential bid, Paul announced in July 2011 that he would forgo seeking another term in Congress in order to focus on his 2012 bid for the presidency. Finishing in the top four with delegates in both races (while winning four states in the 2012 primaries), he refused to endorse the Republican nominations of John McCain and Mitt Romney during their respective 2008 and 2012 campaigns.
Tags: ron-paul-was-right, presidential-campaign, democrat, republican, conservative
Allstar Seaworthy is an athletic, yellow-skinned Snork, generally considered to be the hero of the Snorks series. He is smart, brave and generous, usually serving as the leader of his gang during their different adventures. Allstar has a big interest, and excels, in science and inventions, much like his uncle, Dr. Galeo Seaworthy. Whenever Allstar reaches a "light bulb moment", his star belt buckle would start to spin, giving him a "starbright idea." He is Casey Kelp's love interest and once joked that he will never understand female Snorks in the episode "Learn to Love Your Snork" when he fails to understand why Casey is upset.
Tags: scuba-diving, underwater, scuba, cartoon-character, allstar-seaworthy
Radar Scope is a 1980 shoot 'em up arcade game where the player assumes the role of the Sonic Spaceport starship and must wipe out formations of Sonic Gamma Raiders. Gameplay is similar to other space shooters of the era, but viewed from a three-dimensional third-person perspective. The game was a huge hit in Japan, but that success didn't translate when it came to America. With 3,000 cabinet form arcade games manufactured, but only 1,000 sold amidst negative reviews, the 2,000 unsold units marked a massive commercial failure and created a financial crisis for the fledgling developer. On the upside, most of the cabinets were repurposed for a new game with a gorilla throwing barrels and oil drums at a carpenter/plumber that would be a hit.
Tags: arcade-machine, gamer-apparel, gamer-clothes, video-gamer, gaming
A lot of things happened in 1965, including a whole lot of civil unrest for any number of reasons, but for a lot of us, we just went surfing.
Tags: surfboard, hawaii, vacation, surfers, waves
Despite having a rather unremarkable name, Standard Trucking Co. was a pretty remarkable company. Founded in 1943 in Charlotte, North Carolina, Standard grew to be a nationwide carrier with terminals across the country, but sadly, fell victim to a post deregulation trucking industry.
Tags: 18-wheeler, 1943, charlotte, driver, freight
UFO Robot Grendizer, known as Force Five: Grandizer in the U.S., is a Japanese Super Robot anime and manga series. It is the third entry in the Mazinger series, however it is non-canon due to discarding any connection other than Koji Kabuto and Boss to the Mazinger storyline. The anime TV series aired from October 5, 1975, to February 27, 1977, and ran for 74 episodes. The story follows the young Prince of planet Fleed as he flees his destroyed homeland aboard the UFO Robot Grendizer, a powerful war machine, and makes it to Earth. Rescued by a bright scientist and fellow earthlings, he fights the saucers and robots sent by the evil Vega, who plans to seize the mighty Grendizer, and conquer the whole universe, or destroy it while trying.
Tags: science-fiction, gundam, ufo, kanji, japanese
Miracle Strip Amusement Park was a theme park located in Panama City Beach, Florida, which operated from 1963 to 2004. The park featured several typical rides that were enhanced in unique ways by placing them within domed structures and adding lighting effects, temperature changes, smoke effects and music. These included the Abominable Snowman, Dante's Inferno and The Dungeon. There were also standard rides, such as bumper cars, a log flume, a scenic car driving attraction called Route 63, a train, a Vonroll type 101 sky ride, a Wave Swinger, loop-o-plane and the stand-outs; the Starliner Roller Coaster and O2 Tower. The park was also dotted with multiple kiddie rides.
Tags: 1963, miracle-strip, dantes-inferno, amusement-park, roller-coaster
All the best parties involve naked debauchery of some sort, and this '80s throwback is a great reminder to party naked.
Tags: party-time, frat-party, whiskey, party-naked, beer-drinking-team
Every t-shirt thrifter has a list of holy grail tees, and this '80s Miami Mice design is one of ours. Redrawn with exacting detail, this 80s TV show parody design is everything, so whether you're into buddy cop mice or just love '80s TV shows, this one is just for you!
Tags: white-suit, detective, pastel, palm-trees, miami-beach