Posted by D_Martin on February 21, 2012 at 08:39 PM CST
Super7 is proud to announce a new series of Star Wars Designer T-Shirts! The first three releases (Star Wars Arcade, AT-AT Boombox & Camo Walker) will be available Thursday, March 1st.

Created in conjunction with Mighty Fine and officially licensed from our good friends at Lucasfilm, each of these shirts feature original graphics by Super7 founder Brian Flynn. Combining our love of the Star Wars saga with a classy design aesthetic, we hope that the fans enjoy these shirts as much as we enjoyed making them!



The Star Wars x Super7 Arcade Designer T-Shirt features a graphic recreation of the 1983 arcade classic from Atari. Vectors of vectors!



The Star Wars x Super7 AT-AT Boombox Designer T-Shirt features the combination of an All Terrain Armored Transport with an old school Ghetto Blaster. Turn up the volume and march to the imperial beat!



The Star Wars x Super7 Camo Walker Designer T-Shirt features a stylish AT-ST Walker with a camouflage pattern of the forest of Endor (complete with speeder bike silhouettes) contained within.

All three Star Wars x Super7 Designer T-Shirts are hand-screened on high-quality 100% cotton shirts, available in men's sizes Small to 2X-Large. Each Designer T-Shirt retails for $25 and can be ordered online at www.super7store.com.

For those in the San Francisco area, please visit the Super7 Store located at 1427 Haight Street, San Francisco CA 94117.
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