Jabberwock Inn Pullover Hoodie


Our new Jabberwock Inn pullover hoodies features Sir John Tenniel’s illustration of the Jabberwock dragon reimagined by Yeah Yeah! Pony Prince artists Jodi Mullen and Oscar Bevilacqua.   The Tumtum tree and Tulgey Wood Forest have been replaced by Monterey Cypress over looking Monterey Bay, as the Jabberwock dragon with eyes of flame, comes wiffling through, burbling as it came!  Even the Cheshire Cat is there with its wide smile remaining after the rest of it has vanished.  A lone cypress tree is printed on the back.  The crescent moon and Yeah Yeah! Pony Prince emblem are printed on the hip.

4.9 oz super soft and comfortable fabric made of 50% polyester (recycled plastic), 38% cotton (6.25% organic), 12% rayon.  Available in Eggplant purple or Water grey/blue.  The perfect layer for the beach, walking your dog, or just hanging with your pals.  Features a vintage heather look and a kangaroo pouch pocket. 

Not pictured – our new Berry hoodie (a heathered raspberry color) is available in large to replace the out of stock Eggplant hoodies.  Call to inquire.  


Unique wearable art created by Jodi Mullen and Oscar Bevilacqua.  Their art is the process of hand-painted linoleum block prints on a line of sustainable clothing, including fibers made out of recycled plastic bottles and organic cotton.  Yeah Yeah! Pony Prince block printed clothing is made in Northern California.

Yeah Yeah pony prince sign  Jabberwock t shirt display

The Plastic is melted down into a liquid, which then goes through a device called a spinnaker (looks like a shower head), it then cools into a thread, which is then woven with the cotton and rayon.  Now that’s pretty cool!

Additional information

Weight 0.40625 lbs
Dimensions 8 × 5 × 1 in

Eggplant, Water


Small, Medium, Large, XL



Monterey is a city on California’s rugged central coast. Its Cannery Row, one-time center of the sardine-packing industry, was immortalized by novelist John Steinbeck. Today, it’s a popular strip of gift shops, seafood restaurants and bars in converted factories. Also famous is Monterey Bay Aquarium, with thousands of marine animals and plants on display in underwater and interactive exhibits.

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