Add this shirt to your 'Chicago Outfit' (that's a Mafia joke). The Outfit rose to power in the 1920s under the control of Johnny Torrio and Al Capone, and the period was marked by bloody gang wars during alcohol Prohibition. Capone was widely assumed to have been responsible for ordering the 1929 Saint Valentine's Day Massacre in an attempt to eliminate Bugs Moran, head of the North Side Gang. This design features the modern Chicago skyline, in the distinct Art Deco style of the Prohibition era, with the 4 six-pointed stars of the city flag.
DTG Printed on American Apparel 2001 Unisex Jersey T-Shirt | sourced from the US