Sometimes you just don't have enough space for a full-on flag, and sometimes you just love the Americana vintage-cool-chic of a classic wool felt pennant. So we took the necessary elements of our city, state, and national flags and applied them to these classic American made pennants.
For the American flag, we chose to use one of the original designs...we find the circle of stars on the Betsy Ross flag to be most iconic.
The Cross of Lorraine was a symbol of Free France during World War II, symbolizing French patriotism and resistance during the German occupation. The Cross was often displayed in the middle of the French tricolor flag and on Free French warships and aircraft. Here, we've appropriated the Cross of Lorraine, combining it with a roundel in the colors and a design representing the American flag, that we like to call 'Free America' for a modern day resistance, should you need it. Soft, lightweight athletic fit Combed ring-spun cotton/polyester blend Slightly distressed design T-shirts are made-to-order, please allow 2-7 days for fulfillment... View full product details
It was a birthday party for the ages, the United States Bicentennial...or so we imagine. We weren't there, but based on the depiction in The People vs. Larry Flint, it was epic. And for whatever lasting legacy it left, there is this, an equally epic logo that was commissioned for the celebration. It was everywhere...gracing stamps (they used to be a big deal), flags, and even the Vehicle Assembly Building at the Kennedy Space Center. It doesn't get much more American than that. Soft, lightweight athletic fit Combed ring-spun cotton/polyester blend Distressed design T-shirts are made-to-order, please allow 2-7 days for fulfillment... View full product details
roundel noun | roun•del | /`roundl/ 1. a small disk, especially a decorative medallion. • a circular identifying mark painted on military aircraft.Roundels are used on military aircraft as a type of national insignia that takes elements from the national flag. Here, we re-imagined the "Appeal to Heaven" flag in roundel form. Used during the American Revolution, the "Appeal to Heaven" flag was originally used by a squadron of cruisers commissioned under George Washington. It was also used by Massachusetts' state navy vessels. The phrase connotes after a long continuance of unjust abuses of power by a government have been patiently... View full product details
The "Health" patch was worn on Major League Baseball uniforms during the 1942 baseball season in support of "Hale America," a national health initiative during the lead up to America's involvement in WWII in an effort to build national stamina, endurance, and vigor. The program called for community participation in simple exercises such as riding, hiking, softball and soccer games. Seems crazy...but then again, I remember getting a certificate with the Presidential Seal for the sit-and-reach in elementary school - with Reagan's signature and all - which also seems pretty crazy. But hey, we're all for the government looking out for our national... View full product details