If you are looking for a cool kids hoodie designed by Grateful Dead "Store Your Face" you have come to the right place! The hoodie is available in six sizes and 11 colors. The print is on the front side of the hoodie. We are convinced that you will be satisfied with this purchase 😉
About the product:
Sleeve length, in
The custom kids hoodie is a unisex hoodie for any youth. Soft cotton and quality printing make this hoodie an irreplaceable everyday item. It's made from a cotton-polyester blend. The side seams are extra durable. The front has a spacious kangaroo pocket for keeping hands warm or holding small items.
One fan legend considers the words "Grateful Dead" on the front of the album, written in large, flowing capital letters, to be an ambigram that can also be read "we ate the acid". Kreutzmann states, "Aoxomoxoa...doesn’t mean anything — it’s just a cool palindrome. People have surmised over the years that you could read the Grateful Dead lettering on the front cover as We Ate the Acid which, I suppose, is true enough, if you look at it just right."
The artwork is adapted from a painting that was originally created as a concert poster for the band. The bottom portion depicts death, rebirth and the cycle of life, with fertility symbols and Egyptian-based imagery. The top depicts a sun which doubles as an egg being fertilized. Both sides feature stylized censers.
Courtney Love has claimed to be featured among those photographed on the album's back cover.Love's father, Hank Harrison, had close ties to the band at the time, and had briefly worked for them in some capacity. Love's claim was corroborated by David Gans in 2011,but further research has proved her incorrect; the girl often identified as Love was actually Bill Kreutzmann's daughter Stacy, who was the same age as Love at the time the photo was taken.Kreutzmann has stated, "...despite rumors, that’s not a five-year-old Courtney Love on the back cover in the group photo. That’s my daughter, Stacy." The man sitting on a horse in the back cover photograph is jazz pianist Vince Guaraldi, a friend of the band.