BACK PRINT. GAS retro Hooded sweatshirt design, 3 heads by Gilbert Shelton.
"In 1968 Shelton self-published Feds 'n' Heads, a collection of strips first published in the Austin underground paper The Rag (Feds 'n' Head was later re-issued multiple times by the Print Mint), Feds 'n' Heads featured Wonder Wart-Hog and what became his most famous strip, The Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers. Shelton created a spin-off strip, Fat Freddy's Cat in 1969, when he also co-founded Rip Off Press with three fellow "expatriate" Texans: Fred Todd, Dave Moriaty, and cartoonist Jack Jackson.
In 1971, his cartoon called Set My Chickens Free, published in issue 1 of the Bijou Funnies comic, was published on page 128 of Abbie Hoffman's Steal This Book, illustrating its third section, "Liberate!"
Weight: 280 g/m²
- Set-in sleeve
- Double fabric hood
- 1x1 rib at neck collar, sleeve hem and bottom hem
- Inside herringbone back neck tape
- Single needle topstitch at neck collar
- Armhole, sleeve hem and bottom hem with twin needle topstitch