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!
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.
We had some requests for a one-color version of the original Fayetteville Flag shirt. Good idea!
Fayetteville, Arkansas, United States of America, Earth
See you on Dickson?
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.
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.
Fayetteville isn't evil, but it's one hell of a great place to live.
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.
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.
Everything you've heard about how important Clunk Records was to Fayetteville is true. I don't know what else to say.
Stranger things have happened on Dickson Street.
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.
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.
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…
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…