70s Playboy Bunny Flocked Logo Magazine Ringer t-shirt Small
Chest 17.5 in.
Length 25 in.
Content: 50/50 Cotton/Polyester
Tag Brand: Playboy
This cool ringer tee features a flocked graphic of the famous Playboy logo, which was designed by graphic designer Art Paul. Paul served as Playboy Magazine's founding art director, and he was integral to helping Playboy founder, Hugh Hefner develop the publication. Hefner had originally intended for the magazine to be called "Stag Party" and early drafts of the Playboy's logo featured a cartoon deer. The name was changed before the first issue was published, thanks to threats of a trademark dispute, and the logo was quickly altered into a rabbit instead.
Since the premiere of Playboy Magazine in 1953, the publication has become a household name and expanded into one of the most well-known enterprises in the world. Playboy of course became famous for its centerfold spreads, showcasing gorgeous nude and semi-nude photos of young women, but the magazine also has a long history of publishing short stories by respected authors like Ian Fleming, Vladimir Nabokov, Chuck Palanuik, Roald Dahl, Haruki Murakami, and Margaret Atwood. It's also featured illustrations from talented cartoonists like Harvey Kurtzman and Jack Cole, and interviews from a variety of public figures that have ranged from politicians to athletes to artists.
The tag says medium but this shirt fits like a modern unisex adult small.