Norman Roscoe is a screen-printing boutique belonging to Ranger Ewing and musician Eric Pulido (E.B. The Younger, Midlake). A staple of the Denton square, the store carries the brand's impressive selection of retro-inspired T-shirts, stickers and other dècor, but it's the company's solidarity that makes it even easier to support. When the pandemic began shattering Norman Roscoe's neighboring businesses in late March, the brand started its Give Back series, donating $10 of sales per T-shirt to the business of the buyers' choice. Through the initiative, the company has raised more than $120,000 for Denton businesses. Through the writing on the graphic tees, you can also proclaim your love of individual causes ("Black Lives Rule") or your disdain for local traffic ("I hate I-35"), whatever mood strikes.