Printed Pride

Yes, yes, we know you love Milwaukee. We do, too. That’s why we found these locally made Wisco-centric tees, in designs and colors of all stripes.

Yes, yes, we know you love Milwaukee. We do, too. That’s why we found these locally made Wisco-centric tees, in designs and colors of all stripes.

Photo by Adam Ryan Morris.
Photo by Adam Ryan Morris. Styled by Lizzy Lovas. Click image to enlarge.

1. Good Times, Great Lakes shirt by Wiskullsin, $26 at Hot Pop.

2. Milwaukee Home shirt by Milwaukee Home, $30 at the at The Waxwing.

3. Milwaukee Skull and Cross shirt by Orchard Street Press, $25 at orchardstreetpress.com.

4. Super Cheesy shirt by Rosy Made Designs, $25 at etsy.com/shop/rosymadedesigns.

5. Vintage Allen-Bradley clock tower shirt, $56 at etsy.com/shop/boltedvintage.

6. Hometown tee by Brew City, prices start at $13.29 at brewcityonline.com.

7. Heart shirt by Artery Ink, $30 at Hometown Established.

8. Beer, brats, bowling and bubblers shirt by Brew City, prices start at $11.19 at brewcityonline.com.

9. The Good Land shirt by Brew City, prices start at $13.29 at brewcityonline.com.

10. Skull state shirt by Wiskullsin, $26 at Hot Pop.

11. Represent shirt by Orchard Street Apparel, $25 at orchardstreetpress.com.

12. Midwest is Best shirt by Maui and her Owl, $18 at etsy.com/shop/mauiandherowl.

13. Ribcage shirt by Wiskullsin, $26 at Hot Pop.

14. Midwesterner shirt by Orchard Street Apparel, $25 at orchardstreetpress.com.

15. Ride local shirt by the Wisconsin Bike Federation, $30 at the The Waxwing.

16. Milwaukee shirt in neon by Brew City, prices start at $11.19 at brewcityonline.com.

‘Printed Pride’ appears in the April, 2015, issue of Milwaukee Magazine.
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Claire Hanan worked at the magazine as an editor from 2012-2017. She edited the Culture section and wrote stories about all sorts of topics, including the arts, fashion, politics and more. In 2016, she was a finalist for best profile writing at the City and Regional Magazine Awards for her story "In A Flash." In 2014, she won the the Milwaukee Press gold award for best public service story for editing "Handle With Care," a service package about aging in Milwaukee. Before all this, she attended the University of Missouri's School of Journalism and New York University's Summer Publishing Institute.