This gave us quite a smile!! By Bruce Quast for the Rockford Register Star. Printed Sunday, October 5, 2014
Ever wonder how a t-shirt is printed? Take a look at the behind-the-scenes printing of our Pink Pony tees. Printed and filmed in Rockford, IL.
Come see us this Saturday & Sunday at Edgebrook's Cider & Cinnamon Arts & Crafts Fair. We’ll unveiling our new Sweatshirts & Fleece, besides all of our Rockford tees.
It’s World War II Days this weekend at Midway Village Museum in Rockford! We hope you head out to this epic event and pick-up some Bygone Brand designed merchandise.For more info about WW2 Days, visit www.midwayvillage.com
Announcing our new Magikist t-shirt from the CHI line. Available now at www.bygonebrand.com/magikist-t-shirt
Announcing our new Shuffle Inn t-shirt from the MAD line. Available now at bygonebrand.com/shuffle-inn-t-shirt
Announcing our new Coral Court Motel t-shirt from the STL line. Available now at bygonebrand.com/coral-court-motel-t-shirt
We were excited when Beef-A-Roo contacted us about creating a retro t-shirt for their fast food chain in the Rockford area. The vintage “Lil Cowpoke” mascot was a huge inspiration in starting Bygone Brand and we are glad to be a part of bringing him back.You can now get these retro tees at your local [...]
Keith discusses artwork with former Kiddieland owner Milt Kling in July, 2013 At Bygone Brand, we recreate all t-shirt designs from scratch from available sources. Unfortunately sometimes they don't exist though. Back in July 2013, Bygone Brand was contacted by the former owners of Kiddieland / Sherwood Park to create a shirt for our Rockford Line. [...]
Amy had a chance to visit the Missouri History Museum on her last trip home. We love seeing our shirts on display and love how they integrated them with other historical merchandise at the gift shop.