Introducing a Limited Edition collection of T-shirts featuring six iconic National Geographic Magazine covers from the archive.


National Geographic Magazine November 2015 Issue
In 2015, National Geographic magazine published The Climate Issue. This issue covered stories about our planet, using space technology to help understand it better, and featuring those taking innovative steps for greater change. This conversation is as relevant now as it has ever been. Understanding our planet is vital in shaping its future, and ours along with it. The “Cool It” t-shirt says I care about Earth.

“SATURN Riddles of the Rings” COVER
National Geographic Magazine July 1981 Issue
The desire to unravel the mysteries of the universe is age-old. In the 1981 issue of National Geographic magazine, the experts explore the rings of Saturn, with incredible imagery taken by the Voyager 1 spacecraft over 40 years
ago. Iconic imagery, taking exploration further, to distant planets and all their moons.
National Geographic Magazine November 2010 Issue
The November 2010 issue brought the world's great migrations to life in the pages of National Geographic magazine. From the migratory patterns of thousands of wildebeests in the Serengeti, to the Bison on the North American Prairie, and the Monarch butterflies in Canada and the Northern U.S. The grace and resilience of these creatures as they bound into the unknown is nothing short of awe-inspiring.
National Geographic Magazine January 2013 Issue

In 2013 National Geographic celebrated 125 years with an anniversary issue with the cover line, Why We Explore. This issue delves into humanity’s impulse to explore. It took you on a journey from the wildest places on Earth, outer space and the micro world invisible to the eye. This cover says it all: EXPLORE. Be part of a new age of exploration.

National Geographic Magazine June 1978 Issue
Dragons of the Deep explores the total magic and fantasy of very special sea creatures that exist in the waters of Australia. The cover features the rarely-seen leafy sea dragon that lives in the chilly waters off the south coast of Australia. This issue also features seahorses, weedy sea dragons and a brightly coloured ghost pipefish photographed in Sydney Harbour. A little bit of magic, very close to home.

National Geographic Magazine March 1975 Issue

In 1975, National Geographic magazine featured an active volcano in Hawaii called Kilauea. The issue titled, Hawaii, Island of Fire and Flowers, demonstrates nature’s inherent beauty and extremes. Hawaii’s active volcanoes filled with fiery hot lava, are at times also snowcapped. Calm seas one moment, and desired surfing spots another. Fire and flowers. This t-shirt represents the balance of life.

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“To move, to breathe, to fly, to float.

To gain all while you give.

To roam the roads of lands remote.

To travel is to live."

Hans Christian Andersen, Author.