All TSPTR sweatshirts are ethically made from a premium weight certified organic 100% Portuguese cotton fabric. The print uses water-based ink only.
Story behind the print:
In the early 1960s, Snoopy began befriending birds when they started using his doghouse for various occasions: a rest stop during migrations, a nesting site, a community hall or a place to play cards. None of these birds was ever given a name. In the Peanuts daily comic strip on March 3, 1966, a mother bird flew in while Snoopy was lying on top of his doghouse, nested on top of his stomach and flew away. Soon afterward two chicks hatched in the nest, one of which hung around Snoopy throughout the spring, and returned the following spring on April 4, 1967. Schulz began to establish character traits for Snoopy's new friend by revealing that he could talk (or at least emote), that he didn't like flying south every winter, and that he struggled with flying. By the end of this four-strip sequence, Snoopy, in character as the World War I Flying Ace, learns that the bird is his new mechanic, Woodstock's first supporting role.
Schulz did not give him a name until June 22, 1970. Schulz acknowledged in several print and TV interviews in the mid-1970s that he took Woodstock's name from the music festival of the previous year, the logo of which shows a bird perched on a guitar
- TSPTR Woodstock Sweatshirt
- Regular Fit
- 100% Organic Cotton
- Water Based Ink Screen Print
- Original Peanuts Design
- Made in Portugal
Hubertus is 176cm tall, weighs 65kg and wears a size SMALL.
Jürgen is 188cm tall, weighs 85kg and wears a size LARGE.
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