Sculpted, molded, and brass cast with white enamel fill from the infamous vandalized "Apocalypse Now" wall in the classic 1979 film.
Screenwriter John Milius came up with the label by putting a contrarian spin on “Nirvana Now,” a slogan used by California hippies. The actual title is never mentioned in the film, but graffiti stating “Our motto: Apocalypse Now” can be seen on the front of Kurtz’s compound as Willard walks up the stone steps. It was added by Francis Ford Coppola because according to union regulations the title of the film had to appear somewhere in the movie.
Two clutches on the back for added security and to prevent spinning