ORIGINAL BOY HOWDY! LONG SLEEVE T-shirt (BLACK) - ARCHIVE COLLECTION
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.
Printed in a limited run on exclusive LONG SLEEVE TEES by our friends at Filth Mart, each shirt is specially designed to wash and wear like your favorite vintage tee.
-100% cotton, tubular body with natural slub -Unisex sizing
The ORIGINAL BOY HOWDY! LONG SLEEVE T is part of our brand new Archive Collection--a premium merch line featuring our all-time favorite designs pulled STRAIGHT from the pages of CREEM. Don’t blame us if your other tees get jealous.
DUE TO INCREASED DEMAND (AND THAT PESKY PANDEMIC) SHIPPING TIMES MAY BE DELAYED 2-3 WEEKS. BUT THE WAIT WILL BE WORTH IT.
April 1969 Volume 1, Number 2
Red White & Blues Band by Gayle Clark Three Dog Night by Eric Jaggers Bob Dylan '65 by Bob Fleck Cream Au Revoir Pt. 2 by Ice Alexander Fleetwood Mac Stike Again by Gayle Clark The Beatles On The Toob