Lee “Scratch” Perry is, undoubtedly, one of reggae music’s most recognizable, and important, figures. He practically invented the genre. But you’re not going to find clothing with his likeness at the local culture shop. (You might see this figurine in a toy store, though). Designed by the UK’s New Analog and hand printed by One69A, these tees from Perry’s new UK-based e-commerce site are part of the first series of official merchandise (also including pins and posters) ever commissioned for Scratch. When we featured these on the site on Halloween, the response was overwhelming, so you might want to hurry if you’re hoping to satisfy the Upsetter in your life.