The Grateful Dead - Day & Night - Sun & Moon - Beanie
Hey Deadheads! We are very pleased to announce that your search for a stylish beanie has come to an end! We are sure that you will be Grateful for having it 😎✌🏼
About the product:
Don't brave the elements without the proper headwear. Good for winter, spring or fall, customize this knit beanie for your chilly weather go-to cap! For every task that takes you outdoors stay comfortable, stylish, and warm!
.: 100% Acrylic wool .: One size fits all .: Multiple color variations available .: Unisex style
The Story of the ‘Steal Your Face’ Logo
If you’ve heard of the Grateful Dead, you’ll know their ‘Steal Your Face’ lightning skull logo. As intrinsically linked to the band as psychedelia, it’s been a part of the Dead’s history for more years than most of us have been alive. Weirdly enough, it was created less from intent and more by necessity. It all started with a man called Augustus Owsley Stanley III, or ‘Bear’ for short. Along with being the first known private individual to manufacture mass amounts of LSD, Bear was the Dead’s very first sound man. In 1969, the Dead were doing the festival rounds – great for raising their fan numbers, maybe, but a nightmare for Bear and the other members of crew who had to sort out their gear from the other bands. “The Dead in those days had to play a lot of festivals where the equipment would all wind up in a muddle backstage. Since every band used the same type of gear it all looked alike. We would spend a fair amount of time moving the pieces around so we could read the name on the boxes.