70s Eat Me Bowling Roach Iron On Cartoon t-shirt Small


Chest 16 in.

Length 30 in.

Content: 100% Polyester

Tag Brand: Unbranded

This awesome vintage shirt was made back in the 70s and it features a sweet neon iron on graphic from Roach as well as fuzzy letters that read, "eat me". Roach was known particularly throughout the 70s for their amazing and unique iron on t-shirt designs.

The company was started by Russ and Dennis Roush in the early 60s, and the pair was inspired by the California car scene and the bold artwork of people like Ed Roth, Stanley Mouse, and Von Dutch. Roach was created with the intention to capture the feel of the imagery seen in Hot Rod Magazine and Zap Comix and place it onto t-shirts. When the iron on transfer process was introduced, Roach was able to mass produce their tees more efficiently and eventually t-shirt shops popped up all over the nation inspired by Roach.

The tag says extra large but this shirt fits like a modern unisex adult small.






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