Blues and Folk music themed art shirts, depicting musicians Robert Johnson, Son House, Gary Davis, Blind Boy Fuller, Mississippi John Hurt, Blind Willie McTell, Elizabeth Cotton, Lightnin Hopkins, Elmore James, Lonnie Johnson, Hound Dog Taylor and the instruments that they use to make their music. These are the blues artists of lore that shaped much of our current pop, rock n roll, blues, folk and classic rock music. You’ll find variations of their lyrics or exact replicas of their original lyrics in many of the British Invasion’s hits as well as much of the hits here in America during the 60’s and 70’s. Throughout music history, these artists have proved time and time again that the topics of their songs, the song structure, as well as the vernacular and colorful lyrics used in their songs are irreplaceable.
Robert Johnson – King of the Delta Blues Singers
Reverend Gary Davis
Blind Boy Fuller
About Us :
Our clothing apparel line is currently made of 100% cotton t-shirts, with woodcut images (developed by our own professional artist) of Blues, Bluegrass, Country, and Folk Music personalities (Bill Monroe, Maybelle Carter, and Tony Rice) silkscreened on them. We also specialize in screen printed Vintage Montgomery Ward and Sears Roebuck Catalog advertisements of musical instruments such as guitar (Recording King), guitar strings (Black Diamond Strings), and banjo (Bacon and Day Silver Bell Banjos). Our second production run consists of blues musician images (Blind Boy Fuller, Reverend Gary Davis, Son House, and Robert Johnson) as well as tributes to instruments such as the BlueGrass Mandolin, Les Paul guitars, and Telecaster guitars.
WE ALSO DO CUSTOM APPAREL!! Skillet Licker Designs also has the ability to produce screen printed images on a variety of items for promotional use in fundraisers, businesses, and band merchandise. We have our own “in house” art department or we can take images directly from clients.
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