This is one of the first 2009 designs I did, and it sold as a shirt during the 2009 Hampton Run. The pin version is polished silver, red, and white. The 1.25″ inch pin is a cloisonne style, features two posts, the Jiggs logo stamp on the back, and is the first Jiggs pin to be numbered (1-100). There will be no re-print. If you would like to try for a particular number, please indicate that within your PayPal order and I will do my best to get as close as I can to the number you request. I cannot guarantee you a certain number. Pins are $10 each with $2 for shipping.
Pins will begin shipping out (approximately) Tuesday October 4th. Only 60 are being made available right now.
From Jiggs, purveyor of fine lot goods since 2003:
These small magnets feature miniature detailed Jiggs designs. I am experimenting with these to see which ones will be popular, and which ones won’t work at all. They will be $3 each plus shipping. They vary in size, but are between 1 and 2 inches across. Please don’t attempt to figure out how these work.
At this time, I only have what is pictured here. If you’d like to see other Jiggs designs in mini-magnet form, please give your two cents by adding to the comments section below. Be sure to keep checking back. I will be adding or removing designs based on your response.
Presenting a very heady, very sensible piece of Phish clothing we full 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.
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 (that’s British slang for ocean)
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 donation will be made to MBird with every purchase.
Cost:$23.49 which includes shipping
Buy one via paypal.com ; send to firstname.lastname@example.org
“TAKE THE SPIRIT OF THE ANTELOPE WITH YOU WHEREVER YOU GO!!!”