Robert Crumb's Keep On Truckin' Guys T Shirt

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    Robert Crumb's Keep on Truckin, also called the Do-Dah men, this big footed gang first appeared in Zap Comix No. 1 in 1967. They were inspired by a visual riff of the Blind Boy Fuller song "Truckin' My Blues Away" and later referenced in the Grateful Dead song "Truckin" from the 1970's album American Beauty.

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    Keep on Truckin' Apparel (KOT) is an official Licensee of R. Crumb and features Robert Crumb artwork on t shirts and apparel. T-shirt collections include R. Crumb Classic Illustrations, Mr. Natural Organics, as well as the Legends of Music Trading Tees Collection which includes the Heroes of the Blues, Early Jazz Greats and Pioneers of Country Music.

    Fans of R. Crumb will enjoy the quality of our t-shirts, and those new to Robert Crumb’s artwork and music will appreciate the design, humor and statements that he infused throughout his art. Characters found on the Keep On Truckin’ website include Fritz the Cat, Mr. Snoid, Mr. Natural, Flakey Foont, Bobo Bolinski, Shuman the Human, Smelly Cat and the Old Pooperoo to name a few. Exclusive to Keep On Truckin’ you will also find the Heroes of the Blues, Early Jazz Greats and Pioneers of Country Music for the first time ever on t shirts. Thanks for visiting Keep On Truckin’ Apparel.

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