"In the land of the Dark" | T-shirt | Tar
A very limited amount of shirts featuring a piece of art I have always loved by classic psychedelic artist, Rick Griffin.
"In 1967, the Grateful Dead released their debut self-titled album, Grateful Dead. Although Stanley Mouse created the album cover, Rick Griffin created promotional flyers for the band. Griffin's handbill included the saying, "In the land of the dark, the ship of the sun, is driven by the Grateful Dead", which was supposed to originally be on album cover, but was changed by the band."
Printed on tar colored AlStyle Premium 100% shirts with soft waterbased tonal grey ink on the back and front with intentional vintage aesthetic.