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The spray that started it all is BACK.
On the cover of the second issue of CREEM in 1969, we introduced Mister Dream Whip, a beaming, suggestive and "definitely dairy-based" precursor to the beloved Boy Howdy!. Hatched in the devilishly perverted mind of the infamous underground cartoonist R. Crumb, Mister Dream Whip was a massive hit and soon became a staple in the wardrobes of degenerates and Rock 'n' Roll illuminato everywhere.
An iconic mascot that let the high-brow-journo elite know where they could shove it, Mister Dream Whip cemented CREEM’s lawless (and legendary) status. And now, you can finally own one of our most requested items. That means, get one now or kiss it goodbye. These Dream Whips are gonna disappear before you can file a complaint with the Better Business Bureau, so don't wait!
The CREEM Archive Collection is our PREMIUM merch line featuring classic logos, artwork, and other deep cuts ripped straight from the pages of America’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll Magazine. Printed on soft, vintage-style, tees these elevated items will turn yer wardrobe up to 11.
*If you're in between sizes, we suggest sizing down for a slimmer fit
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Mr Dream Whip offers a colorful alternative to Boy Howdy. I’m not certain how they are related, maybe cousins? Regardless, I love my 100% cotton made in USA t shirt! Back in the day, Creem was like the internet, but both funnier and more accurate.
The shirt itself is constructed of lesser quality material than I expected. I love the design,but t seems that CREEM is trying to maximize profit margin.
I’ve been waiting for years to get ahold of one of these.I thought it would never happen. Creem magazine and R. Crumb both represent a season of my young life before it careened off course, a time of acquiring your first records and having your first crushes and the whole world and your future was beckoning ahead of you. That’s what this is to me - a fun reminder of being 14. Thanks!
This CREEM shirt is the absolute bomb! I rule my neighbourhood when I'm stalking the streets in my CREEM t-shirt.
The quality of the T-shirt is sub-par... the fit is terrible... like it was made for an 8 month pregnant skinny woman, i.e. narrow shoulders, very large mid- section. Overall I'm sorry I spent the money. I've purchased other Creem T-shirts that fit great so I was sorely disappointed in the Mister Dream Whip shirts.