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Makisupa by Nate Colby

Nate Colby’s tribute to the original Phish song that debuted in 1984.  With red, yellow and green on the front with a yellow Sheriff badge in a 5-fish design on the left sleeve, the shirt has a yellow “Woke up this morning…” on the back. This is a fan designed shirt and printed in the California desert. These shirts are screen-printed on 100% preshrunk cotton with a white under-base to make the colors pop. Men’s shirts are Hanes Heavyweight. Women’s shirts are Gildan Ultra Cotton.

You can order these shirts below or pick one up at the Hollywood Bowl or at the Lake Tahoe shows. A portion of each sale will benefit Mockingbird Foundation. Each shirt costs $22 with $6 for USPS shipping with delivery confirmation.







New auction from PhanArt – 3 shirts and much more!

Our latest auction for The Mockingbird Foundation featured three Phish shirts, a copy of the novel ‘The Melody of Motion: Following Phish and Widespread Panic’ autographed by author Carl Cole and a ‘Trey, please save me from your followers’ sticker.

Click here to bid on these items and support music education!

All proceeds from this auction will benefit the Mockingbird Foundation, which supports music education across the country. Check out www.mbird.org for more info.

Makisupa Stop and Search was designed by Buds, a take on the Mr. Brainwash’s original art. The shirt size is Large on a Hanes tagless short sleeve t-shirt

Alaska, I’ll Stay Right Here is designed by Kale Worden featured the Moose image on the upper back of the short sleeve shirt, which is size XXL on a Gildan t-shirt

The Melody of Motion: Following Phish and Widespread Panic is a novel written and autographed by Carl Cole. Carl spent many years on Phish and Panic tour and this book is a testament to the bonds developed through the traveling fans that cross the country to see the music each night. For an in depth review, visit https://www.phanart.net/?p=5129

Trey, please save me from your followers sticker is made by Jiggs

Otis Redding shirt is a reference to the Phish song ‘I Didn’t Know’ with a picture of Otis Redding on the front and ‘I didn’t know that I was that far gone’ on the back. The short sleeve shirt is a size XL

Makisupa Stop and Search and Icculus is the Answer Prints (large version)

Created by the artist Buds, these prints are the larger 22 x 27 prints of the originals seen here and here. They are printed on archival rag paper. The prints are $50 a piece with a limited run of 121 each.

all payments must be sent through paypal as a gift, please include what you ordered & address with order.

print size & editions

Makisupa Stop and Search by Buds

Update 9/2/10:

The remaining amount of the, both the Einstein & the Makisupa will be sold as matching # sets for 20.00, with $ 10 shipping on every order

About the print:

The badge says makisupa. And there are. Treats in the basket and she’s rockin the phishman socks

This first of its kind Banksy phanart print is titled ‘Makisupa Stop and Search’. Made by artist Buds, they will be on sale at Jones Beach for $10. The print is signed and numbered in an edition of 300. They measure 11 X 17 and there are about 200 left.  It is printed on archival rag paper.

To buy one, go here: https://www.phanart.net/blog/?p=3203

not a banksy

Makisupa Policeman shirts

The classic Simpsons/Phish t-shirts have finally made their way to the PhanArt Blog! Brought to you by Bruno, he and his friend Ryan had seen the Makisupa Policeman shirts with Chief Wiggum before but it had just a box picture of him sitting at a desk.  We wanted to make one that fit the song better, also as reported on Phish.net “Makisupa is a Jamaican word that means ‘acting stupid for no reason’, Wiggum is the first stupid cop that pops into my head, not the only one, the first one.  We came up with the idea of him carrying a case of beer and having some dank, skunk, schwag, stink, kind, etc. behind his ear.  I then got together with my brother Mike and we drew it up.  We then had it printed up and I have traveled with these to lots ever since.

I love the idea of this site because I always like seeing the creative ideas that kids have to fund their way to their next show.  Also I enjoy trading for various things I see on the lot that I like.  Also the Mockingbird Foundation is a good cause..

These shirts are $15.99 and come in sizes Small, Large and XL.