At this point, shirts bearing the face of that revolutionary Latin motor-head are totally played out, and really, by Season 4, Ish was basically just stitching people's names into their headrests anyway. Show off your knowledge of even cooler and more obscure Latin icons, with Minimalista Clothing.
Screenprinted completely by hand, Minimalista's a collection of Anaheim-made tees bearing mostly Latin semi-celebs of art and history, all run by a husband/wife duo who're fittingly proud members of "the Etsy Spanglish team", a squad whose creativity allowed them to a imagine a world where two hot women vie for Adam Sandler. Ethnic artists-you-may-know shirts include Dali v-necks and "Dali Deconstructed" (with his face dissipating in the breeze) , "Viva la Frida" bearing the surrealist's profile (unfortunately not the Hayek version), and an outlier scrawled with famed French mime Marcel Marceau pressing an imaginary wall -- wear it around artsy enough girls, and it'll ironically get you into a box! Because semi-well-known Latin figures apparently all smoked, they've also got Mexican acting hero Pedro Armendariz in full bandito dress (rifle, bandeleros...& cigarette!), the raglan-sleeved "Pablo Nerudo" featuring the capped, pipe-smoking Chilean wordsmith, and "Jaime Sabines" with the vampiric, cig-puffing Mexican poet known as "the sniper of literature", meaning dude could probably hit their spines from miles away.
The fantastical's covered by a couple of monstrous numbers featuring the Creature from the Black Lagoon and a bright blue Frankenstein, which's also what naive custom-junkies called Ish for his revolutionary headrest-stitching of the owner's name...with flames!!