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In 1969, CREEM's legendary (and devilishly handsome) mascot Boy Howdy! debuted on the cover of CREEM No. 2, instantly becoming a symbol of the magazine and the rock 'n' roll counterculture. Over 50 years later, we bring you a faithful recreation of the original HAND DRAWN Boy Howdy! illustration penned by notorious underground cartoonist, R. Crumb—this time on a long-sleeve tee, just in time for colder weather!
The CREEM Archive Collection is our PREMIUM merch line featuring classic logos, artwork, and other deep cuts ripped straight from the pages of America’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll Magazine. Printed on soft, vintage-style tees, these elevated items will turn yer wardrobe up to 11.
*If you're in between sizes, we suggest sizing down for a slimmer fit
I purchased this shirt for my boyfriend for Christmas and it has been something he has wanted for years! Now he is wearing it and it's his FB profile picture, proudly wearing Creem, posing next to Leon Russell's statue at The Church Recording Studio in Tulsa! This is the gift that keeps on giving!
Shirt is fine. Prices are a little bit high though.