Hogs Guy

Hogs Guy

Hi. I am Hogs Guy. And I love the Arkansas Razorbacks. I can help you and make you love them too. A some one friend did a new shirt of me. It is cool. Who does want one? Click on it the shirt down under this words!
Land of Opportunity

Land of Opportunity

"The Land of Opportunity" was adopted as Arkansas's nickname in 1953, alluding to a "bright outlook for the development of business, industry, and agriculture," according to the Encyclopedia of Arkansas. During the mid-1980s, the state's parks system began promoting Arkansas as “the Natural State," a name which proved more popular, and was eventually adopted in 1995.
FayAr

FayAr

Originally sold at the Fayetteville Visitors Center on the downtown square, this is an updated version of the first shirt we ever designed here at Bearstate. Enjoy!
Beaver Lake

Beaver Lake

Nestled high in the Ozark Mountains, Beaver Lake was completed in 1966 after the construction of Beaver Dam. At 73 miles long and 2 miles wide, the lake is the first of the impoundments created in Arkansas and Missouri along the lengthy White River system. Beaver Lake and Dam provides flood control, hydroelectric generation, water supply, and recreation.
Dogpatch USA Univercity

Dogpatch USA Univercity

Dogpatch USA is an abandoned hillbilly theme park located on Highway 7 between Harrison and Jasper in Arkansas. The park was opened in 1968, and was based on the famous Al Capp comic strip, Li'l Abner, which was set in a fictional village called Dogpatch. After a 25-year financial roller coaster of a ride, coupled with multiple changes in ownership, Dogpatch was finally closed on Oct. 14, 1993.
Fayetteville Unicorn

Fayetteville Unicorn

The unicorn is a legendary animal from European folklore that resembles a white horse with a large, pointed, spiraling horn projecting from its forehead. Fayetteville is the county seat of Washington County and the third-largest city in Arkansas. Same difference.
Dinosaur World

Dinosaur World

Closed in 2005, Dinosaur World was a 65-acre theme park in Beaver, Ark. with over 100 life-size sculptures of dinosaurs, cavemen and other prehistoric creatures. It was the largest dinosaur park in the world. » Read more here
Beat Texas A&M

Beat Texas A&M

We're a little too young to remember first-hand, but back in the day, KAAY in Little Rock used to make these great game day "Beat (opponent)" posters and distribute them outside their station during the season. This shirt is in honor of both KAAY and the new meaning "Beat Texas A&M" has now that we're playing them again each year.
Old School Fayetteville 2

Old School Fayetteville 2

Much like the original Old School Fayetteville tee, this one features a logo that's rarely used anymore. We spotted this one on an older model, city-owned pickup truck recently. We like.
A States

A States

Apparently the only people who know the correct A state abbreviations are folks from Arkansas. Use this shirt to help educate the world.
Fayetteville Repeater

Fayetteville Repeater

Say it as many times as you want, as fast as you can, and it never becomes a tongue twister. Moral of the story: Fayetteville rules.
The Wonder State

The Wonder State

According to the Arkansas Encyclopedia of History and Culture, the earliest recorded nicknames for our state were the "Bear State" and the "Toothpick State," but Arkansas didn't an official nickname until 1923, when the Arkansas Advancement Association persuaded the General Assembly to adopt the "Wonder State." A closer look
I Speak Arkansaw

I Speak Arkansaw

I bought a shirt like this at a thrift store 10 years ago and have since been offered all sorts of things for it including an old hat, a pair of stinky boots and a bowl of "the best ever" leftover cheese dip. So I finally recreated it. Keep your crap and buy this shirt.
The White River

The White River

The White River's 722-mile-long meandering course creates a variety of environments from the fast-flowing headwaters of the upper White to the slower-moving stretches farther down the river. Between these two extremes are a variety of smaller streams and lakes that provide excellent habitats for trout fishing. Six dams in Arkansas and two in Missouri, all constructed by the 1960s along the upper river and its tributaries, create manmade lakes and generate hydroelectric power for the region. Numerous state parks and wildlife reserves are associated with these areas.
Tontitown Tastes Grape

Tontitown Tastes Grape

Founded in 1898 and named after Italian explorer Henri de Tonti, Tontitown is home to one of the largest-running annual community celebrations in Arkansas, the Tontitown Spaghetti Grape Festival.
Float the Buffalo

Float the Buffalo

The Buffalo River begins in the Boston Mountains and flows north and then eastward through the Ozark Mountains until it merges 150 miles later with the White River. With giant towering bluffs and countless waterfalls, the upper Buffalo is one heckuva place. In fact, in 1972, Congress designated it as America's first national river. Float it and see for yourself.
Hump Dump

Hump Dump

Located next door to Brough Commons Dining Center on the University of Arkansas' flagship campus, the Hump Dump features multiple floors of luxurious, air-conditioning-free rooms complete with beds, storage bins, walls and a window. Only 435 of Fayetteville's finest are able to experience the lavish lifestyle offered at the Hump Dump hotel.
Scull Creek

Scull Creek

Besides having an awesome name, Scull Creek is a super cool urban stream that headwaters on the western slope of Mt. Sequoyah and flows through the Historic District of Fayetteville before meandering through several parks, residential neighborhoods, and commercial areas.
I Love The Mulberry River

I Love The Mulberry River

The headwaters of the Mulberry River originate in the highest and most rugged mountains of the Ozarks making it very temperamental (read: fun). The pools are long, but the rapids are big. The Mulberry offers about 40 miles of good canoeing. Depending on the water level most who set out to float can cover anywhere from 6 to 15 miles in a day.
Dogpatch USA

Dogpatch USA

Dogpatch USA is an abandoned hillbilly theme park located on Highway 7 between Harrison and Jasper. The park was opened in 1968, and was based on the famous Al Capp comic strip, Li'l Abner, which was set in a fictional village called Dogpatch. After a 25-year financial roller coaster ride, coupled with multiple changes in ownership, Dogpatch was finally closed on October 14, 1993. Dogpatch USA Here is a documentary project done at the University of Arkansas about Dogpatch USA. We highly recommend checking it out if you've got the time.
Bentonville Truck

Bentonville Truck

Bentonville, Arkansas is home to the corporate headquarters of the world’s most profitable retail outlet. With more than one million employees and thousands of stores worldwide, this particular retail outlet is the largest employer in the United States.
Washington County Courthouse

Washington County Courthouse

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 1972, the Washington County Courthouse is the fifth building to serve Washington County. The prior four buildings were located about a block away near the Old Post Office on the downtown Fayetteville square. In addition to Old Main on the University of Arkansas campus, the courthouse is one of the prominent historic buildings that compose the Fayetteville skyline.
Fort Smith Gift Shop

Fort Smith Gift Shop

Sitting right on the Arkansas-Oklahoma border, Fort Smith is the second-largest city in the state. The city first began in 1817 as a small settlement named after a nearby American military post at Belle Point, a river bluff along the Arkansas River. The post, called Fort Smith, took its name from General Thomas A. Smith, the military district’s commander. The principal purpose of the fort was to keep the peace between the Osage and Cherokee tribes that had entered the area. Although it currently houses no active units, there's still a fort in…
Bike Arkansas

Bike Arkansas

Biking in Arkansas is incredible. We've got numerous dirt roads and trails, miles and miles of paved paths and breath-taking scenic highway routes available nearly year-round. There's the Arkansas River Trail in Little Rock, an ever-expanding network of city trails in Fayetteville, lots of clubs, organizations and coalitions, and a ton of statewide events to choose from. There's plenty of races, too, including the Joe Martin Stage Race, the Tour de Rock, the Joe Weber Arky 100, and the Big Dam Bridge 100. The list goes on.
Four Seven Nine (479)

Four Seven Nine (479)

For the longest time, Arkansas had only one area code. 501 was king. Then came 870 around 1997 which covered east and south Arkansas. Four years later, Northwest Arkansas (Walmart, Tyson, the University of Arkansas) got its own digits. NWA, represent.
Little Rock Gift Shop

Little Rock Gift Shop

If the As the capital city of Arkansas, Little Rock sits right on the south bank of the Arkansas River. According to the Encyclopedia of Arkansas, it's twelve miles southwest of the geographic center of the state. If the Arkansas State Capitol building looks familiar, that's because it's a replica of the U.S. Capitol. As in United States. Of America.
Old School Fayetteville

Old School Fayetteville

There aren't very many places left where you can find this old city logo. A version of it is still on most residential recycling bins and every once in a while, you can catch a glimpse of it on the side of an older work truck. We found our version on an ancient-looking utility box in north Fayetteville. Old school Fayetteville, represent.
Fayetteville Flag

Fayetteville Flag

We're not certain how many cities in Arkansas have their own flag, but we'd be willing to bet none have a flag that's been into outer space. That's right, thanks to the efforts of Fayetteville-born astronaut Richard Covey, the Fayetteville flag was flown aboard the United States Space Shuttle Discovery from Aug. 27 through Sept. 3, 1985. From the Certificate of Authenticity Launching from the Kennedy Space Center, Florida, Discovery completed 112 orbits, traveling two and three-quarter million miles before landing at Edwards Air Force Base, California. While you might not be able…
Lioneld Jordan Likes This

Lioneld Jordan Likes This

As mayor of Fayetteville, Lioneld Jordan is a Facebooking legend. A quick look at his wall shows that his status updates are mostly inspirational quotes or links to good news from around town. However, Fayetteville residents know the real truth. Mayor Jordan is a Facebook "Like"ing legend. Ask anyone who's friends with him and they'll tell you that Lioneld Jordan likes more than just Fayetteville. He likes your updated hairstyle, he likes that you replaced your broken dog leash, he likes that you like the new grilled cheese food truck in the Best…
Arkansas Flag

Arkansas Flag

When Willie Kavanaugh Hocker first designed the official Arkansas state flag, it featured only three stars inside the diamond and did not bear the state's name. According to the Encyclopedia of Arkansas, the three stars represented: 1) That Arkansas had belonged to three countries—France, Spain, and the United States—before statehood 2) That 1803 was the year of the Louisiana Purchase, which included present-day Arkansas 3) That Arkansas was the third state created from the Louisiana Purchase. The 25 outside stars symbolized that Arkansas was the 25th state admitted to the Union, and finally,…