When it comes artistic creation, Oklahoma-born http://garypanter.com” target=”_blank”>Gary Panter is the jack-of-all-trades. A graphic designer, illustrator, painter, and some time musician, Panter became best known for his other world creations, incomplete silhouettes, and graphical distortions. These ideals helped him to create one of the most memorable children’s playroom, the set the hit television series http://peewee.com” target=”_blank”>Pee Wee’s Playhouse.
This month, Japanese record label, http://overheat.com” target=”_blank”>Overheat, will re-release the 1983 album it produced with Panter. Akin to what Panter calls “psychedelic country music”, “Pray for Smurph” will be in the CD-format for the first time in this re-lease edition. To commemorate the event, http://stussy.com” target=”_blank”>Stussy will release a limited edition t-shirt with Panter’s original album graphic on front and back. Retails for JP¥ 6,300 (~US$ 60) and set to release in Japan on June 10th.
http://stussy.com” target=”_blank”>> Stussy
http://garypanter.com” target=”_blank”>> Gary Panter
http://overheat.com” target=”_blank”>> Overheat (Japanese Only)
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