Vintage Jimi Hendrix "Flying Eyeball" T-Shirt

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On February 1, 1968, the Jimi Hendrix Experience played with John Mayall And The Bluesbreakers and Albert King at the famous Fillmore Auditorium in San Francisco, CA. Hendrix was, of course, the most electrifying guitarist in the entire world, known already at this point for setting his upside-down Fender Stratocaster on fire at the 1967 Monterey Pop Festival. This show was a year before Hendrix headlined Woodstock and two years before his untimely and tragic death. The poster for the gig featured art from Rick Griffin, who was also known for his work with The Grateful Dead (the skull the eyeball is holding is nearly identical to the one on the front cover of Aoxomoxoa which came out in 1969), and became an iconic piece of art associated with Hendrix. This vintage single tie dyed stitch Jimi Hendrix shirt, in excellent condition, features that well-loved eyeball art on a perfectly colored tee. 

Dimensions: 23.50" Wide by 24.75" Long 

Tag Size: XL

Country of Origin: Made in U.S.A.

Brand: Badger