Details For the original Seditionaries line, Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McClaren took graphics from artist Wally Wood’s 1967 cartoon depicting Disney characters in a massive orgy and other various forms of debauchery. Most of the graphics featured on Westwood’s garments remained unchanged from the original artwork although some have minor discrepancies and reinterpretations. This shirt features a colorful, “Who killed Bambi?” graphic on the front of the garment. This graphic was most likely inspired by an unfinished film that McClaren and Roger Ebert were working on with the Sex Pistols. Originally the working title was “Anarchy In the UK” named after one of the band's most famous songs but along the way, they changed the name to “Who Killed Bambi?”. The same name later appeared on a track by Edward Tudor-Pole which was co-written by Westwood for the film “The Great Rock N’ Roll Swindle”. This shirt is an original piece from Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McClaren, produced in the 1970s, there have since been numerous reproductions of the “Seditionaries” tops which are commonly seen in other secondhand online retailers. Due to the limited production and age of these garments, original pieces have been increasingly more difficult to come by.
SIze + Fit All Seditionaries tees are one size and fit true to size medium (please refer to measurements). 20 inch shoulder width 20 inch chest width 25 inch length