Old Navy and Disney Consumer Products have launched a line of T-shirts bearing rarely seen Mickey Mouse artwork from the Disney archives, both companies announced Monday.
Marking Mickey's 85th year (somehow he doesn't look a day over 55 to us) the "Mickey Through the Decades" collection features a variety of images depicting the most famous mouse from Walt's house as he's looked over the years.
Among them: the angry and scowling Mickey with his hands on his hips, the maligned Mickey with a horseshoe being dropped on his head, and Mickey the ambassador of fun times, smiling from the concentric circles of the Mickey Mouse Club logo.
And, despite the name of the collection, chairman Mouse isn't the only character getting graphic tee time. In some of the fresh-from-the-archive images, Mickey and Minnie speed around in a convertible, in another Minnie straightens her beau's bow tie. In others Minnie goes solo, dashing off with a pocketbook in hand and sensible heels on her feet (think Minnie Mouse as office secretary a la "Mad Men") or wearing a festive floral hat.