Woodstock Spaceman T-Shirt  /  $58

Charles Schulz was an avid fan of NAASA and began integrating space themes into Peanuts as early as 1958. The cartoonist gave the space program permission to use his characters as part of their safety materials for astronauts. During Apollo 10, the spacecrafts were named Charlie Brown and Snoopy, with the iconic Beagle becoming the mission's mascot. The franchise returned to space decades later with the Apple TV+ series Snoopy in Space. This custom shirt celebrates the comic strip's decades-long infatuation with space with a Woodstock astronaut. A graphic of the yellow bird donning a space helmet is printed on the chest.

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