A symbol of unconditional love. First appearing on the cover of the 1982 release ‘1999’, Prince’s iconic symbol fought stereotypes while also becoming the most recognized iconography for the legend. Prince fans know the symbol well, especially since he did the unthinkable in 1993 and officially changed his name to the symbol. Merging the ancient symbols for Mars (man) and Venus (woman) and creating a new fluid gender, Prince is a legend for flipping the script on the music industry. Featuring puff print, ‘Prince and the Revolution’ text, and a dominating and defining love symbol, it’s a slightly oversized nod to Prince redrawing the lines for generations to follow.