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It was the 1980s -- Atari brought 8-bit video games home as Eddie Murphy made us laugh, Molly Ringwald made us swoon, Michael Jackson made us dance and a young Michael Jordan brought basketball to life in the Windy City.

The Chicago Bulls had a great run, but like all good things it came to an end; Ringwald got old, Jordan got fat, Murphy got weird and Jackson got dead. The celebrities may never recover, but video games and the Bulls both kick ass again and this fun design ties the two to a nostalgic past and bright future - Old Skool!

It's not the Bulls logo, but a stylized pixelated 8-bit graphic inspired by the team and the era when they took the world by storm. It's not fancy, but it's evocative...it's righteous...it's bitchin' (as we'd say back in the day).

Show your modern style and appreciation of the past with this shirt that intentionally mimics the bad graphics of a bygone era but does so with a perfect-printing modern vector image on red or black pre-shrunk 100% cotton shirts in sizes small through 4XL. (Alternate sizes/colors/cuts/styles can be printed on request).

(Children/Women's Sizes Available)
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