Our “Greaser Mick” tees have long been among our very best sellers~ and we’ve expanded the collection with two new Greaser Mick styles!
Above is our lightweight cotton-blend classic 3/4 sleeve raglan tee.
Did you know we also have “Greaser Mick” Koozies, Stickers, Pins!
CHECKOUT OUR EXPANDED “GREASER MICK” COLLECTION!
We have received a lot of requests for this easy-to-wear, instant classic t-shirt!
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According to William Goldman, when he first wrote the script and sent it out for consideration, only one studio wanted to buy it, and that was with the proviso that the two lead characters did not flee to South America. When Goldman protested that that was what had happened, the studio head responded, “I don’t give a shit. All I know is John Wayne don’t run away.” Goldman rewrote the script, “didn’t change it more than a few pages, and subsequently found that every studio wanted it.”
William Goldman said that many young people saw the super posse in ‘Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid,’ as a metaphor for the government and authority during the years of anti-war protests. He said his students said the similarity lay in the relentlessness by which both “would hunt you down.”Continue reading
The Selvedge Yard is stoked to partner once again with Devyn Haas, the design genius behind NOWHERE FAST for the “WINGED WHEEL” collection that has now launched in our TSY ONLINE SHOP!
*** THESE TEES ARE MOVING FAST! LITERALLY! LIMITED RUN OF 50 T-SHIRTS! ***
THE DETAIL AND SHARPNESS OF THE DESIGNS… YOU’D SWEAR IT WAS HAND-PAINTED WITH A FINE PIN-STRIPER BRUSH!
“NOWHERE FAST” Kustom Designsprinted on 100% Cotton Tee!
“WINGED WHEEL” TEES designed with~ (5) different screens, (2) colors each, (3) unique designs on each tee! There’s a lot of love in this tee~ so it ain’t cheap!
Left Chest Print: Small “WINGED WHEEL” original art, dope!
Back Print: Large “WINGED WHEEL”original art, Hell yes!
Tag Print: Original NOWHERE FASTinspiration by Devyn Haas, dig it!
Designed by: Devyn Haas ~ Renowned Philadelphia artist, builder, and DJ!
Debbie Evans is considered one of Hollywood’s top stunt women. The writing was on the wall from the age of six when she started riding motorcycles in her hometown of Lakewood, California. By the age of nine she started competing in the sport of motorcycle trials. Her father, David Evans competed in motorcycle observed trials and she grew up attending motorcycle competitions and learned her riding and trials skills from her father. He is an icon himself, having been featured in the seminal motorcycle documentary movie, “On Any Sunday.”Continue reading
Brigitte Bardot singing on a Harley-Davidson built by Parisian custom motorcycle pioneer Maurice Combalbert. The H-D Flathead was used by Bardot as she performed her wacky love proclamation to the iconic motorcycle on her 1967 French television special— Brigitte Bardot Show. Serge Gainsbourg was watching her performance of his “Harley-Davidson” song from the wings. She included “Harley-Davidson” as one of 15 songs on her 1968 album Brigitte Bardot Show.
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“This is the story about two men, father and son, their racing cars, their lives and the salt flats where they ran their most famous trials. Ab Jenkins was the son of Welsh immigrants, first a carpenter by trade and then a prominent building contractor, who grew up with the automobile and found a new career in driving cars fast but safely.”Continue reading
Carol Doda was a powerful pioneer that took the profession of stripping out of the shadowy margins of American society and gained worldwide fame as a topless dancer in the 1960s and ’70s. “San Francisco history is made up of characters, and Carol certainly was one of those, ” said Charlotte Shultz, chief protocol for San Francisco. “She changed Broadway and made news around the world. People said, ‘Only in San Francisco,’ and we didn’t mind people saying that.” ~VIA SFGATEContinue reading
Bo Diddley was a singer and guitarist who invented his own name, his own guitars, his own beat and, and with a handful of other musical pioneers, rock ’n’ roll itself. In the 1950s, as a founder of rock ’n’ roll, Bo Diddley, Chuck Berry, Little Richard, Jerry Lee Lewis and a few others reshaped the sound of popular music worldwide, building on the template of blues, Southern gospel, R&B and postwar American vernacular culture.Continue reading