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If you’ve ever heard a song (trust us, you have), you’ve heard a Gibson guitar. And if you’re a guitar player of *any* skill level, you either own a Gibson or you’re eyeing one. From Gibson to Epiphone to Mesa/Boogie, one of the brands in the Gibson family has certainly played an important part in your musical journey.
Only a Gibson is good enough.
Working with their enthusiasts and archivists, our initial round of work for Gibson came to life as a celebration of the logos and word marks used by the brand throughout the 20th century.
Oxford Pennant designers Courtney Cheseborough and Evan Wachowski worked with Gibson to develop a collection of camp flags, pennants, pins and apparel that commemorate the career of Sister Rosetta Tharpe. Sister Rosetta is widely considered to be the “Godmother of Rock n’ Roll”, a pioneering artist who became a favorite of Little Richard, Elvis, Johnny Cash and Etta James. If you could have a chat with Elvis or Little Richard they would both look you dead in the eye and tell you that Sister Rosetta Tharpe was a force of nature who ignited the invention of rock music.
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