Atari graphic olive extra-large cotton t-shirt
All cotton extra-large size olive t-shirt with screen printed Atari graphic. White printed graphic represents an illustration of an Atari games console created exclusively for Museum of Youth Culture, London.
Atari was created by Nolan Bushnell and Ted Dabney in 1972 and became a pioneer in arcade games, home video game consoles and home computers. Beloved and world-renowned Atari games including Pong®, Asteroids®, Missile Command® and many others helped define the gaming industry.
Size: Length: 75cm; 29 ½ in Chest: 60cm; 23 ½ in
Museum of Youth Culture represents the world's most comprehensive collection of youth culture content tailored for the specialist handling of young people's heritage.
Championing the impact of youth on modern society, the Museum of Youth Culture is formed from the archives of YOUTH CLUB, a non-profit Heritage Funded collection incorporating over 150,000 photographs, ephemera and educational texts from over 400 photographers and writers celebrating youth culture history. From the bomb-site Bicycle racers in post-war 1940s London, to the Acid House ravers of 1980s Northern England, the Museum of Youth Culture empowers the extraordinary everyday stories of growing up in Britain.