Realm & empire 1945 crew neck t-shirt. to
be seen wearing something flashy was considered unpatriotic during the 1940s. suppliers were limited and raw materials were needed for military uniforms as a priority. at the end of the war, some of these casual staples became popular and standardised items in men`s wardrobe - including the humble t-shirt. a straight-forward typography design to honour an iconic year. 1945 need we say more. T-shirts Print Crew Neck 100% Cotton Machine Wash 40°C
Realm & Empire 100% cotton crew neck t-shirt.
During WW2, the practise of hand-painted nose art took on a personal importance to the pilots and crew who would use it as a way to express individuality & evoke memories of home. R&E favourite, Memphis Belle was painted by Tony Starcer, the resident artist for the 91st Bomb Group. Memphis Belle was the nickname of a Boeing B-17F Flying Fortress during the Second World War. The aircraft was the namesake of pilot Robert K. Morgan`s sweetheart, Margaret Polk, a resident of Memphis Tennessee. As well as inspiring a Hollywood movie, Starcer`s Memphis Belle stars as the main inspiration behind our magnificent Liberty Belle print! Realm & Empire, a men`s contemporary clothing collection inspired by original finds from the IWM garment and print archives. T-shirts Graphic Crew Neck 100% Cotton Warm Iron Machine Wash 40°C Suitable for dry clean Graphic
Realm & empire ace of aces graphic crew
neck t-shirt. on 16th feb 1945, the 503rd parachute infantry regiment landed on fortress corregidor (known as the rock) to liberate the island from occupying forces. its iconic eagle insignia was designed by pfc thomas m. mcneill, following the battle. inspired by this, we give you our tremendous ace of aces eagle print! T-shirts Print Crew Neck 100% Cotton Machine Wash 40°C