70s Taken A Bite Big Apple Iron On t-shirt Medium
Chest 18 in.
Length 24 in.
Content: 10% Cotton
Tag Brand: Russell Athletic
This bright green t-shirt was made in the 70s and features an iron on graphic, which was a popular and fairly new way of customizing t-shirts back in the day. Iron on decals first emerged in the 60s, and by the 70s apparel companies like Roach had turned them into the hottest new trend. They allowed for graphic tees to be more accessible, and the decals were often designed by colorful underground artists like Ed Newton, R. Crumb, and Robert Williams.
This shirt shows off an image of an apple with a bite taken out of it, along with the a tag that says, "taken". This graphic might be intended as a visual representation of the phrase "taking a bite out of the big apple", an idiom that refers to taking advantage of an opportunity.
The tag says large but this shirt fits like a modern unisex adult medium