I just finished a few basic surfing and pinball shirts
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This is our "retro" shirt we did for our pinball club this year. There are still a couple left in stock, $10. It was my favorite we've done so far.
I picked this up a long time ago for my daughter to wear (child sized) and kept it after she outgrew it.
Nice idea, but like, isn't that kid already too big for a stool? He can barely reach the flipper buttons from up there.
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We were to host The World Pinball Championship (IFPA17) next week, but because of Covid-19 the event was postponed.
Now rescheduled to November, we decided to go ahead and make the shirts-- designed by legendary artist Andy Howl. Available in Black and Red, the shirts are just $20:
This art piece was designed by Brian Allen, most known for making licensed alternative translites for popular games including Attack from Mars, Medieval Madness and Monster Bash. The inspiration behind the piece was seeing members of the pinball community who were battling cancer and what could we do to recognize their heroism. Profits will be distributed between the American Cancer Society and St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. Please help support the pinball hobby, the people and this important cause by purchasing.
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Not really pinball related but if you find yourself in Benton Wi., odds are good you're there to see Spooky Pinball.
Do yourself a favor and go to Lawrence's. Order anything. It's all good!
Here's the ones I can find. Adjacent images marked 'a' and 'b' are front and back.
Image 7516 is a commercially-made ladies shirt showing backglass images of Gottlieb 1964 Ship-Mates.
Image 7537 is not a pinball shirt but was one of many "balloon shirts" given out at an early Expo. There is a story behind it for those who recognize it.
Some of my old school collection......original BK2000 tee ordered from the WMS 800 number. They even threw some promo plastics in with the order.....
And finally for this session, what might be one of the first, if not the first, “game specific” tees.....this might have to end up as a framer, it’s a small and I don’t think there’s any way I’m ever getting into it again lol....
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