DO THE OZ! WHITE TEE
DO THE OZ! T-SHIRT IN JERSEY COTTON - WHITE
Iconic vintage unisex tee with short sleeves and rounded collar, DO THE OZ! Flocked.
- 100% organic cotton
- Velvet treated
- Classic fit
- Printed in Paris
During the sixties, the underground press was mainly represented by two revues which were Oz and International Times. Born in 1963 in Australia the Oz magazine got established in England in 1967. The Oz magazine is an icon of the counterculture and becomes in the late sixties a massive influence of the Hippy movement. It talks about feminism, engages music, nuclear problems, art, drugs or Vietnam!
Very engaging, this magazine got some serious problems and was accused of offending to public morality and decency. Taken to court in 1971, John Lenon tried to save them by launching a movement called "DO THE OZ" to save the revue!
We've found this movement meaningful and important. By wearing this shirt, you're wearing a tiny part of the counterculture history and support freedom of expression!