Rat Fink has arrived!
Kustom Kulture movement which grew in popularity during the 1950s & 1960s. He set up booths at car shows, drag races, fairs, etc, and airbrushed hot rod drivin' monsters onto t-shirts which attracted lines of customers. It wasn't long until Rat Fink stood out as his most popular character, and, soon, kids and adults, alike, could find Rat Fink on emblazoned on anything and everything from t-shirts to model cars, from gumball machine toys to halloween costumes, from comic books to record albums (really. Look up "Mr. Gasser & the Weirdos)! We salute Ed Roth & his buddy, Rat Fink, for demonstrating that being weird isn't just okay, but it's cool!
Embrace your inner weird with some of our new Rat Fink items!
Here are a few of my personal favorites:
|Rat Fink Bandana||Rat Fink Lapel Pin|
|Pink Rat Fink Patch (for the ladies who love the rat!)||Rat Fink Time Clock|
|Chocolate Rat Fink T-Shirt (with a large R.F. across the back)||Rat Fink Hoodie|