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‘Reba’s Sweet Jam’ Shirts, with Jars of Jam!

Reba’s Sweet Jam shirts from Brian Boj are part of his Phifty-Two Weeks series of art, where he creates one piece of Phish-inspired art each week for all of 2014. This is Part 10 of the series.

“This week’s art project is inspired by the Reba solo/jam.  “Reba’s Sweet Jam” is actual jam/jelly!  You can crack these open and make a mean PB&J.  Phish.net points out that the word “ryba” in the Hebrew language means “jam” (specifically jam for toast).  I have to admit, I did not know this when I was creating this project, it was a happy coincidence.  The jar’s label has a picture of Reba and says “Reba’s Sweet Jam – the phinest in the nation since 1989″.  The song lyrics talk about how once Reba finishes her creation and has a taste – “she knew that what she made would be the finest in the nation”.  The back of the jar has nutrition information, and ingredients.  The true ingredients are not listed – I’ve switched them with the ingredients of Reba’s concoction from the song.”

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Reba’s Sweet Jam is 100% real grape jam/jelly, a mini print on a jar. Each print is signed and numbered.

Limited edition of 25 shirts, with sizes Large and XLarge available. Shirts are printed on sapphire with navy ink on Gildan 50/50. The price is $25 for a shirt/jam combo, with free shipping and 10% of the profits from this sale will be donated to The Mockingbird Foundation.

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One Response to “‘Reba’s Sweet Jam’ Shirts, with Jars of Jam!”

  1. chelsea says:

    Hey! Will you be making any smaller sizes soon?

    Thanks!
    Chelsea

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