Features an updated rendition of the original album's artwork screen printed on minty, black cotton fabric. Since I happen to be such a stickler for detail, I put mine up against the original 1982 record jacket in order to compare and contrast. It turns out that the original charcoal-grey and green Rush logo emblazoned across a light grey background was changed to fire engine red in order to stand out against a gritty, yellow-gold emblem surrounding the classic dog sniffing a red fire hydrant on a green lawn. And these hues, while effectively standing out against the stark black cotton fabric, are rather brazen and glaring and scream at you instead of conveying the subtle 1982-ish authenticity of the original album cover. As for the back, the pretend blueprint is marvelously rendered right down to the finest detail (sans right pane featuring "SUBDIVISION PLAN A" etc...) while the frosty white lettering and digits stand out in stark contrast to the black cotton fabric and are actually more discernible than those of the album's rear jacket. All in all, a fairly authentic replication of the Signals concept, direction, graphics, and photography - updated for the album's forty-year anniversary and superior to any non-officially licensed product. Since I prefer a snug fit, I ordered a medium which fits fine as do all of my medium Rush tees. As a Rush purest, I would really love to see an original, officially licensed Signals long sleeve or raglan added to the Rush Backstage Club as there is certainly a glaring demand at this time.