Hey, my threads, baby! — Scratchy, “The Day The Violence Died”
The brainchild of underground comix trailblazer R. Crumb, Fritz the Cat (not to be confused with Felix the Cat) was a comic strip that focused on sex, drugs, the hippie movement, and everything else that was fun about the 1960s.
After finding success in the alt comix scene, Crumb managed to get things together to make a feature-length Fritz the Cat movie, which turned out to be the first X-rated animated film ever (NC-17 didn’t yet exist). If you have a NetFlix account, it’s one of the play-on-your-computer ones.
Crumb’s unique drawing style can also be found in other iconic ’60s and ’70s artworks, including this Big Brother And The Holding Company LP and various others. Keep on truckin’, amigos.