No wonder our customers can't get enough of this "Rosie the Riveter" artwork. Because rock'n'roll girls wear the pants! They are self-confident, independent and go their own way. A path that we certainly don't want to pave with unfulfilled wishes. That's why the beloved lime green "We can do it!" T-Shirt finally arrived in black!
Great Rockabella shirt with convincing arguments.
The Ladies V-Neck Shirt is made of especially light and comfortable material. The large V-neck emphasizes every décolleté perfectly! The large front print convinces with the cool, multi-colored design and the pleasantly soft feel. Now only the matching jeans are missing and the Rockabella look is perfect. Do you also like it when a great 50s outfit is so simple? Grab it fast! You can do it!
The details of the V-neck shirt "We can do it!":
- Material: Cotton
- Exact material: 100% cotton, 150 g/m²
- Color: black
- Muster: andere
- Pattern: other
- Large front print
- Artwork by Jan Meininghaus
- Info: For the perfect size please check the size chart!
Our model is 171 cm tall and wears this shirt in size L.
Backgroundinfos Jan Meininghaus:
Rumble59 offers a great selection of pin-up fashion! The V-Neck Shirt "We can do it!" is both casual and sexy - so it's an absolute must-have.
As a child from the '70s, teenager of the '80s, Jan spent his youth reading comic books, riding BMX-bikes and playing arcade games. He loved watching The Dukes of Hazzard and action-packed movies like Cannonball Run and Star Wars.
Jan Meininghaus began his illustration career with the age of 16, designing rock posters and album artwork for the bands in his hometown.With his underground roots always shining through, Jan’s illustrative style is rough, raw and edgy.
His female protagonists are more switchblade sisters than innocent cuties and Meininghaus always has a focus on transferring the high-impact energy of his favorite car-chase movies and Rock 'n' Roll attitude to his work.
Jan works in various techniques, from painting to digital, but is always adding his experience in filmmaking, model photo-shoots and advertising layouts to keep his work vibrant, unique and alive. For Meininghaus it is never a job, but an extension of his life.