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In 1969, on the cover of CREEM No. 2, we introduced Mr. Dream Whip--a smiling, suggestive, (and totally PC) middle-finger to the stuffy LIFE Magazines populating the newsstand. Drawn by underground cartoonist R. Crumb, Mr. Dream Whip was a hit! But it was the mischievous little guy right above, Boy Howdy!, that wormed his way into our cold, corroded, hearts - instantly becoming our mascot and an enduring counterculture icon.
Now that we’re back, it seems appropriate to bring out Mr. Dream Whip for an encore, on a limited-edition, 18x24" screen-printed foiled poster. It's one of our favorites, a piece of rock history, and the perfect way to say “The Boy is back!”
These sold out FAST last time, and are limited to 50 pieces - so get 'em while they last.
ME NEXT MISTER DREAM WHIP!
As a teen Creem fan back in the mid ‘70s, I had to have this, and bought a second for my brother for his birthday. He was equally delighted. Mine now hangs proudly above my commode, and is mostly tolerated by my wife. Creem and Crumb, this poster is a thing of beauty.Thank you very much.
Awesome poster and a collectible to boot