Series Zero: Pittsburgh Crest


The Earl of Pitt be damned, a more regal crest combining the sum of our parts to show the history, culture, and pride of Pittsburgh, with colors of the city flag.

A royal anchor (The River City): Celebrating Pittsburgh’s strategic position from the earliy days of Fort Pitt/Fort Duquesne to a modern day commercial and industrial hub along the Alleghany, Monongahela, and Ohio rivers.

A white-hot crucible (Iron City, City Of Smoke, Steel City, Hell With The Lid Taken Off): Pittsburgh’s most recognizable industry and source of pride: coal and lumber provided the foundation for iron, and then steel, production and manufacturing.

The Eiffel Tower (Paris of Appalachia): A critical yet endearing nickname bestowed Pittsburgh for it’s capital location within the Appalachian mountain range and its economic, academic, and technological success.

The Smithfield Street Bridge (City Of Bridges): Home to 446 bridges in the city proper, the Smithfield Street Bridge is the oldest and one of the most recognizable.

Unisex Cut:
Shirt Color: Lapis Blue
Shirt Type: 50/50 Poly-Cotton Athletic Fit T-Shirt