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Page Side Onesie & Antelope Tank Top from ThirdEyeUp Designs

Page Side Rage Side Onesie
Everyone knows that Page Side is the place to get down! Check out this ThirdEyeUp design of the Peanuts characters ragin to some Page. Hand silkscreened onesie printed with blue ink on your choice of a light blue or lavender onesie. Cost is $12.50 + $3.00 shipping.



Hand Drawn & Printed Antelope Tank Top
…Set the gearshift for the high gear of your soul….you’ve got to run like an antelope, out of control”
Get ready for summer tour with this ThirdEyeUp design hand designed and printed tank top.
Women’s Phish Antelope tank top printed with blue and gold ink on a tri-blend super soft coffee colored American Apparel tank top.
Designed with love and hand silkscreened in our Lake Tahoe Studio.
$22.00 + $3.50 shipping



As long time members of the music scene, we became excited with the art that people were creating so began making some things ourselves. We self taught the trade and began screen printing in the Spring of 2008. We sold our art on the lot scene for bands such as Phish, The Dead and SCI. We created all of our work by hand in our 1 bedroom apartment in SF. After the birth of our son, we relocated to Truckee, CA where we continue to work out of our house (Tahoe Studio) continuing to create unique, hand-done inspiring prints.

New “Run Like an Antelope” pin from Park McGee

Run-Run-Run-Run-Run-Run-Run-Run-Run-Run-Run….And check out this great new “Run Like and Antelope” Pin from Park McGee. A Limited Edition of 100, each pin has 7 colors on a black metal finish and is double posted, back-stamped, and numbered. Only $13, plus $2 shipping and handling. So set Your gearshift and order one today because these Antelope Pins are going to run out fast!


Marco Esquandolas Running Club T-Shirt

Jonny Cottone is back with another t-shirt to get you excited as we are getting ready for the final stretch of the race towards Summer Tour.

Busting out marathon jams since 1985. Printed on premium Alstyle 90/10 cotton/poly heather blanks and available in Mens & Womens sizes S-XXL. Set the gearshift for the high gear of your soul by supporting independent t-shirt designers and The Mockingbird Foundation.

Each shirt is $20.00 with $6.99 for shipping. With each shirt purchased, a donation of $2.00 is going to the Mockingbird Foundation. Pick one up and prepare for summer tour!

Here is the link to purchase a shirt: Marco Esquandolas Running Club 

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TeePublic.com: The Kickstarter for T-Shirts

The folks behind BustedTees just launched TeePublic.com, which allows ANYBODY to create a shirt, and if 30 people agree to buy it, they will print and ship the shirts for you! Think kickstarter for t-shirts. This is a great way for t-shirt designers to get their work out there. This new site has allowed Jonny Cottone to flesh out his t-shirt design and put it out on the internet.

He’s created a shirt inspired by “Run Like An Antelope”. Here is the link to his page on TeePublic.



Antelope necktubes, cause it’s gonna be cold cold cold cold cold!

Presenting a very heady, very sensible piece of Phish clothing we fully endorse over here at PhanArt: The Antelope NeckTube!

First things first – What the heck is a NeckTube? Well, it’s a durable microfiber polyester/lycra pullover that fits loosely around your neck that you can pull up to cover up the lower part of your face and neck (hence the name, necktube). A softshell necktube, it is ideal for when you are biking, hiking, walking, snowmobiling, or pretty much any other activity where you want to keep cold air from rushing down your neck!
An added bonus, Antelope AND Tube; that makes for some tasty cowfunk jams. A strong selling point.

Neck tube
Antelope NeckTube

NeckTubes are machine washable, durable, will not fade and retains their cylindrical shape with no stretching! Created from a ‘technical fabric’, it keep moisture away from skin and is highly breathable, as well as being wind-resistant and water repellent. They were designed and printed digitally in England by Simon Ossitt, a Phish fan from the other side of the pond.

These qualities make it ideal for use in windy and wet conditions where you might need protection for your face or neck but are working hard and also need that extra comfort from the breathability, making it great for biking and trekking, but very adaptable…. these were designed by motorcyclists after all.

Another cool thing about the fabric is that it wont fuzz as fast as some of the competition due to the durability of the weave. They can also be worn as a skullcap or headband.

A portion of each sale will be donated to The Mockingbird Foundation.

Cost:$23.49 which includes shipping


Heady NeckTube

Let the Wookie Win shirt and Onesies from JDub Allstars

Let the Wookie Win lot shirt

NEW - Let the Wookiee Win lot shirt - Grateful Dead, Phish, Furthur, GDF
Greetings! Here is a brand new lot shirt for those of us that love tour and the people that keep shakedown shaking…the wooks! “Let the Wookiee Win!” is on the front center of the shirt. The back of the shirt has the larger print, a big wooked-out wook rocking a flat brim and wings. You know you love it! 

This design is printed on chocolate brown shirts and currently is available in all sizes S – 2XL. Please specify size when ordering.

This original design is beautifully hand silkscreened on preshrunk 100% cotton Gildan tees. (Yes, the shirts are actually preshrunk, and they run a little on the large size, so if you are between sizes we recommend ordering the smaller size.) Pick one up today and make a great new addition to your wardrobe for summer tour. Thanks for your support!

Order one here for $19.99

Phish baby onesie romper – Camel Walk, Run Like an Antelope, Fly Famous Mockingbird

NEW - Phish baby onesie romper - Camel Walk, Run Like an Antelope, Fly Famous Mockingbird
Greetings! Here’s something for the little heads – beautifully hand-dyed onesies featuring original artwork. There are three different designs, each on their own color – Camel Walk (orange), Run Like an Antelope (blue) and Fly Famous Mockingbird (yellow). Please specify design and size when ordering. 

The designs are applied by heat transfer. Sizing varies because we use two different brands of onesies; the Gerbers run considerably smaller than the Carter’s. Length from shoulder to bottom when laid flat:
XS = 14″ (Gerber size 3-6 months)
S = 15″ (Gerber size 6-12 months)
M = 16″ (Gerber size 18 months, Carter’s size 3-6 months)
L = 17″ (Gerber’s size 24 months, Carter’s size 6-12 months)
XL – 18″ (Gerber’s size 3T, Carter’s size 18 months)
2XL – 19″ (Carter’s size 24 months)

These cute onesies make a great gift for a heady little one in your life. These little numbers go FAST and are already on their third printing this summer, so scoop one up before it’s too late. Thanks for your support!

Each of these cost $19.99 – Order one here

When Phanart gets Confiscated: Antelope Shirts at SuperBall IX

Matt Mead traveled to Super Ball IX filled with anticipation, restless excitement, and made 30 limited edition, high quality, 6 oz cotton T-shirts designed with a 4th of July Antelope design on the front and the back features Watkins Glen, a star with IX in it and the date commemorating the festival. On the inside collar, there is a screen printed tag that reads “Set the gearshift for the high gear of your soul, you’ve got to run like an antelope out of control.” This shirt was part of a special edition release as part of his clothing company, Cess Clothing.

However, luck was not on his side. 15 of his shirts were confiscated and he was cited for illegal vending. Read about Matt’s story, one that has happened to many fans over the years and still a risk when making Phanart.

“My campsite was in the first row of cars closest to the entrance in Arkansas. As I was walking down the main drag towards the other states, I had the shirt on my shoulder, and a backpack of shirts. As I turned off the main strip into shakedown street area, a passer-by asked me what shirt I was selling. I held it up, he liked it, took out his wallet and was about to purchase one. Two rent-a-cops who showed no identification came up behind me on a golf cart, took the shirt out of my hands and saw the back said Watkins Glen. He alleged that it was a trademark violation: claiming I could not print Watkins Glen with the corresponding Super Ball dates on a shirt. Further, he also said that I was illegally vending. They literally took the backpack off from my back, asked me if I had any drugs, searched my bag, and took out the t-shirts from my bag. One of the guys laughed and remarked “Ha, you put a lot of time into this one didn’t you!?” He then demanded my ID, scanned it with his cell-phone, and then told me he had to take my picture. I refused to look at the camera and had my head turned to the side.”

“Passer-bys booed and taunted the rent-a-cops asking why I was having my merchandise confiscated. One of the guys said “Hey, don’t complain to me. It’s not us, it’s the band.” I asked what was going to be the result of all this and he said I would receive a letter from the band regarding the trademark violation and illegal vending. It really put a sour taste in my mouth for the rest of the day. I was pretty bummed, not to mention I was financially in the hole as the shirts were how I was going to finance the weekend. The rent-a-cop was right: I did put a lot of time into it. I only use high quality inks, fabrics, and meticulous design, You win some you lose some I guess.”

Matt only has three left (one Large and two XL’s). Each shirt is $20 with $5.50 shipping. This is a case where a fan fell into gray area and an example of the risk potential for all fans considering making their own Phanart. We have a community that is given a great amount of leeway with our fan made creations by the band and their management but not carte blanche. Matt’s story could be retold by dozens of others, from established artists to fans who got frustrated with their great idea being seized. It happens but the story just doesn’t get shared very often. In the interest of preventing this kind of incident in the future, check out previous articles on this topic here and here.

Weigh in below in the comments section. Have you ever had anything seized? Got a story to share or opinion on this or other stories? Post them below.

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