Grateful Dead Terrapin Turtles

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$20.00
4" x 4"
One of the lesser-known but still beloved Grateful Dead logos, is the terrapin turtles. First pictured in the cover art for the 1977 album Terrapin Station, the symbol is said to be inspired by the lyrics to the album’s title track, the classic live jam “Terrapin Station”. It was designed by the same Stanley Mouse and Alton Kelley that brought us Bertha the Skeleton, the Europe ’72 ice cream kid, and more. We've created a 4" x 4" tattoo of this iconic design.
One of the lesser-known but still beloved Grateful Dead logos, is the terrapin turtles. First pictured in the cover art for the 1977 album Terrapin Station, the symbol is said to be inspired by the lyrics to the album’s title track, the classic live jam “Terrapin Station”. It was designed by the same Stanley Mouse and Alton Kelley that brought us Bertha the Skeleton, the Europe ’72 ice cream kid, and more. We've created a 4" x 4" tattoo of this iconic design.

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