Just in time for Halloween, Stussy have teamed up with legendary CREEPY Magazine for a series of tees and hats, using original art pulled from the archives of Creepy.
"CREEPY was a hugely popular American horror-comic magazine launched by Warren Publishing in 1964. It was a black-and-white newsstand publication featuring art by some of the most influential comic book artists of all time, including Frank Frazetta, Steve Ditko, Neal Adams and John Severin. Creepy Magazine has been cited by many of the old school graffiti legends and illustrators from the skateboarding industry as a major influence on them when they were growing up."
I think this collaboration is absolutely genius, and the timing is perfect. The CREEPY Group Tee is outstanding, with the classic illustration acting as an incredibly detailed foreground for a sinister version of the iconic Stüssy signature.
That's not all, for those wanting to know more about CREEPY magazine and the impact it has made, Stussy also caught up with the current CREEPY Magazine owner Dan Braun in New York to hear about this historical publication. Check out the video below.