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Twitter/Tweezer shirts are back

Bringing back a design made in 2009 and revamped that fall, with a hugely positive response, the Twitter/Tweezer shirt is back this fall.

Shirts are available in unisex tees and screen printed by John Street Graphics.

Unisex shirts are printed on 100% Cotton, Ice Gray Gildan shirts. The sizes for unisex are Small, Medium, Large, XLarge, XXLarge (add $2) and XXXLarge (by request only, add $2).

PRE-ORDER IS CLOSED. You can still order shirts in the PhanArt Store.

Eli Forrester summer tour shirts

These shirts from Eli Forrester are printed with high quality inks on Fruit of the Loom shirts, not preshrunk. He has sizes small, medium, large and Xlarge. They cost $15 each and you can find these at Hartford, SPAC, Great Woods, Camden, Berkeley and Telluride.

email eli at etforrester at gmail dot com if you want to know where to meet him

nope, not sure wtf (why the face)
back of the wedge
back of the curtain

Shirts for summer 2010 from PhanArtist Steve Rogers

Steve Rogers, PhanArtist and Poster maker has two new T-shirts for summer 2010.  Both shirts are available in sizes medium, large, and x-large. The Cavern Tee is heather gray while the NO2 Tee is royal blue. Shirts are screen printed on Gildan 100% Cotton

Each shirt is $15, including shipping and handling. Steve has agreed to donate $1.00 of each shirt to benefit the Mockingbird Foundation.

As an added bonus, everyone that purchases a shirt will be entered in to a drawing* to win a poster bundle. Bundle consists of: (1) Festival 8 poster (1) Albany poster (1) Syracuse poster (1) Miami poster (1) SPAC poster (pic coming soon). Each limited poster is signed and # by Phanartist Steve Rogers.

*Drawing will take place on July 30th and winner will be notified by email. Customers will need to register in order to be accepted for free drawing. Drawing is %100 free, there are no fees beyond purchase of a shirt.

To order T-Shirts and register for drawing please click the link below. Once you are at the store, to register for drawing just click Register on the menu.

Steve Rogers shop

You can find Steve with these shirts and posters and more at Hershey, Hartford, SPAC, Great Woods, Camden, Merriweather, Canandaigua, Alpine Valley and Deer Creek

Jiggs’ Mcconnells

Getting hungry for a sandwich? Have a Lear Jet to fly in? Well Jiggs has struck again with his new McConnell/McDonald shirts.

Per Jiggs Blog:  Once again after these went to press, I became aware of an earlier version of this one. Though I wasn’t able to find any. The idea was brought to light by PT user jerryfreak, and I added the text to complete the idea. The back reads: “I’m diggin’ it”. The shirt color is Navy.

McConnell, by Jiggs

Printed on Gildan 100% preshrunk 6.1 oz. cotton, the screen print is a 2 color front and a 1 color back. This time I have these available also on a Gildan ladies cut tee (also same specs as above) by popular demand. I will still do special orders for hoodies (priced at $40) and 3XL and up. Get in touch via the contact link to set that up. For XXL sizes, please add $2.

As always, I include both shipping and delivery confirmation with the purchase price. I also try to throw in a free sticker when available.

Pick one up at: Jiggs Blog

Jiggs is a supporter of PhanArt and The Mockingbird Foundation, donating a portion of all sales to Mockingbird. Support Jiggs and get a new shirt, just like Page!

T-shirts by Anthony Flynn

Anthony Flynn has created some great shirts to tide fans over as we await summer tour dates to be announced.  All shirts comes in sizes S, M, L, XL, and XXL. If you would like to purchase any of these shirts, or have basic questions, contact Anthony at Flynnunit11@yahoo.com. Anthony has agreed to donate 10% from the sale of each shirt to The Mockingbird Foundation supporting music education nationwide

The shirts as described by Anthony:

ACDC Bag: A shirt for another memorable song that I first heard listening to a recording of Trey’s TMWSIY thesis. My inspiration for the design was other shirts that put a Phish influence on familiar logos/typefaces (Harry Hood Ts that use the Harry Potter logo-font for example)

Cost: 15$ + Shipping and Handling

Split Open and Melt:
This was the first song I ever heard by Phish and, in addition, was the first Phish T-Shirt I designed. The basic idea is that Gumby is both splitting open and melting on the shirt, and thus, hence “split open and melt”

Cost: 12$ + Shipping and Handling

I Am Hydrogen: I was sitting in electronics class listening to Phish one day when I looked at thehttp://www.webelements.com/hanging on a wall. I found there was an element for “I” , an element for “Am” and of course “H” for hydrogen, and the idea for the shirt came to me.

Cost: 15$ + Shipping and Handling

Keep Trey Sober Stickers

While in Miami, I was lucky enough to meet and make friends with  Jeffery and Holly Bowling from San Francisco. While selling beer and water on the lot, I noticed the sticker in Holly’s hand, quite familiar to one that I saw in Albany. This sticker was a hard-to-find lot item, but one of our Top 10 lot items from Fall tour. Turns out we had mutual friends and a conversation about the stickers started. We hung out that night at their hotel and on the beach and discussed getting the stickers up on the blog.

Exclusively on the PhanArt Blog, we have the Keep Trey Sober stickers for sale from Jeffery and Holly.  Whats more, is that $1 of each sticker goes to Mockingbird! The generosity is amazing and we thank Jeff and Holly immensely for this unselfish act.

You can pick up the stickers by sending money to hrc333@yahoo.com via paypal.com


1 sticker = $3

2 stickers = $5

3 stickers = $6

4 stickers = $8

5 stickers = $10

email Jeffery and Holly if you want more than 5

Shirts by Heady Threads

From Art Hoffman, some new designs for the Miami run and the off-season.

The shirts are preshrunk Gildan, and will be available in Miami as well!

Sizes for the shirts are M, L, XL, 2X for all shirts (except Pebbles & Marbles) and they cost $20 each, which includes shipping.  Add $2 for each 2X shirt ordered.

$15 special! Pebbles & Marbles/Harley-Davidson: Black or Stone Grey L, XL

All designs created by Jiggs

Pay by Paypal, send money to theheadythreads@hotmail.com

Rift/Jif shirts

!!!!!!!SOLD OUT!!!!!!!

Yet another great logo spoof has the Rift/Jif shirt:


To pick one of these shirts up, go to www.paypal.com payment should be sent to nrgball@hotmail.com

T-Shirts are $20 or $25 for Long Sleeve, with FREE SHIPPING!

The shirts are Gildan, with various colors.

Navy – S, L, XL & 2XL (new for fall tour)

Red – M & L (summer tour)

Green – M (summer tour)


John Street Graphics: THE fan business for printing lot-shirts

The first in our series of fan-businesses profiles John Street Graphics, hands down the best place to get your lot shirts made for a solid price. Based in Matthews, NC, and run by Kyle Donaghy, of moe.’s ‘Kyle’s Song’ fame, John Street Graphics specializes in screenprinting and embroidery.

A little background on John Street (johnstreet.net)

John Street Graphics was started in 1991 in the town of Matthews, North Carloina by Kyle Donaghy. Their history with lot shirts goes back to the early 90’s when they would go to Grateful Dead shows and sell tees to pay for road trips. Kyle and his friends sold shirts, following the Dead up and down the east coast for 5 years or so. Their most famous Dead tee being the green Charlotte Dead shirt they had on the lot in the spring of 1995, and the Spring Tripping Atlanta shirt from 1994.
Around ’94 Kyle, his brother Ryan and friend Chris Pettyjohnstarted seeing Phish, but didn’t make any lot shirts until the Raleigh show in Summer 95. Their first successful shirt was the YEM/STP shirt that debuted at the Clifford Ball shows

Kyle put a custom design on the back for the shows, which became the tradition from then on. It was then that they met up with Tripp Shealy, who had his own cool tee he sold featuring some of his early ‘now famous’ art.

John Street tees have been at a lot of great Phish shows over the years. The Clifford Ball, ’96 & ’98 Halloween shows, the Lemonwheel, Big Cypress, and Coventry. At almost any given time between New Years Run 1996 and Coventry, you could find Ryan or Chris selling John Street originals. “Lot Poster King” Tripp Shealy even learned how to print and worked at John Street!

John Street and Kyle are a significant part of the Phish Community, with Kyle noting “One of the greatest feelings in the world is to see one of your creations on someone in Colorado, or Washington State, or wherever! Thank you to all of you who have supported our love of touring and music through the years, we could not have done it without you! See you soon.”

What has John Street made you ask? Why only some of the most iconic Phish lot shirts seen in the past decade+.

Just to name a few:
Sneakin Sally Nut Bag Ale
Bug/Mug Root Beer
I Survived Hiatus
and so many more….
(images coming soon)

You may have seen John Street Graphics next to the Merch tent at any moe.down in the last decade – they make and sell a great deal of moe. products as well.

Having used John Street for lot shirts for sometime now, I can say for the first time that John Street is an official ‘PhanArt Recommended, PhanArt Approved’ fan-business.

Check them out at Johnstreet.net or email Kyle at info@johnstreet.net

Tell ’em PhanArt sent ya.