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Grateful Dead Are Celebrating 50 Years of 'Skull & Roses' With New Bobblehead

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The Grateful Dead

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It’s been 50 years since the Grateful Dead released their beloved untitled 1971 album, which has become generally known as Skull & Roses due to its iconic cover art.

In celebration of Skull & Roses' 50th anniversary, Kollectico released a new limited edition keepsake collectible bobblehead.

The officially licensed bobbleheads of Skull & Roses are hand-sculpted, hand-painted and packaged in collector boxes. Only 1,971 units of the bobblehead will be made worldwide, each individually numbered.

Courtesy of Kollectico

"The Grateful Dead's unique, diverse and extraordinarily fun iconography lends itself to so many artistic forms and interpretations, and we're thrilled to see these iconic images come to life in the form of bobbleheads," said Andrew S. Hazen, founder and CEO of Kollectico in a press statement.

“We couldn’t be more excited about this partnership with the Grateful Dead and Rhino Entertainment,” said Hazen. “The Grateful Dead has always been a huge source of inspiration for me and this is an opportunity for us to use our creativity to honor theirs with exceptional Limited Edition collectibles for Grateful Dead fans around the globe.”

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