The Sky’s the Limit: Graphics To Spark Their Curiosity

Girls Galaxy Graphic Tee

“One small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.” – Neil Armstrong

Americans have always dreamed big. That’s why Neil Armstrong made it to the moon on July 20, 1969. 

Today, we are surrounded by innovation. With a growing database of facts and information at our fingertips, we, more so than ever, have the ability to defy limitations and pursue even the most far-reaching ideas. New technologies pave the way for new thinking, and ever greater possibilities. Just like the  innovators and inventors who came before them, your little citizens can do anything they set their mind to. We are all born curious, all it takes is a little imagination!

Did you know? The first successful American automobile was built in 1893 by Massachusetts-based bicycle mechanics J. Frank and Charles Duryea. Rev up your little one’s imagination with our Race Car Graphic Tee  and Race Car Raglan Romper .

Did you know?  In 1903, the Wright brothers made man’s first self-propelled flight in a powered, heavier than air aircraft.

Just 58 years later, Alan Shepard led the first American mission to space.

Set their sights high, and show your little guys and gals that out-of-this-world ideas are achievable. Suit up for the occasion with outfits made to inspire their inner astronaut.

Sally Ride was the first American woman (and youngest American) to launch into space. An homage to brave space explorers like Sally, our Astronaut Graphic Tee and Space Girl Graphic Tee will always remind her to keep reaching for the stars.

If you can dream it, you can do it. What’s your dream?

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