From Mike Rueb, creator of the Tinder/Timber Ho shirts found at Dick’s last week:
The shirts were our first bit of art, although I have been a food vendor on lot for quite some time. We made 100 and they are the first edition and we will be selling them at Eugene and Seattle as well. The design was inspired by the dating app Tinder. The shirt is basically the user interface of the app with Jerry the Mule (the actual name of the song), where the name of the guy or girl you were looking at is located. The song debuted as a Phish cover in 1989, making it the age of 25 that accompanies the name. Currently there have been 79 performances, however they can change that very easily on fall tour, so if we do more shirts they will be updated. Cost is $20 with free shipping.