We are stoked to announce a new collection of shirts featuring a throwback design recalling the first shirt design, which was available for Christmas 1991 just in time for the first Worcester NYE, that featured the trademark "beanie" fish surrounded by colorful children's wood-block type reading PHISH NET (the emphasis on the dot came later).
Artist Brandy Davis (aka @smilercontrol) donated her time to create the beautiful designs for the front (shown above) and back of the new shirt to celebrate the band's first 40 years and recognize Phish.net for the wide range of resources and community it has provided for decades. She has been a long time visitor to Phish.net since before she began using her talent to create special works that first focused on favorite songs before evolving to celebrate other aspects of the Phish experience as well. From the beginning, her posters were adored within this community as well as everywhere on lots across the country. Explore more of her exciting work at her website InkAndBrandy.com and follow her on your socials!
We are excited to offer Ts in a variety of colors as well as a long-sleeve T, crewneck sweatshirt, and hoodie as well! Visit this online store to purchase or keep reading for more details and pictures!
Printed on some of Gildan's best blanks, including a women's Ts and tank, this features a hybrid screen/digital print to get all the colors and gradients to look correct. It's a water-based screen-print base layer with a digital color print on top. The touch on the print is really soft, and they wash well.
All net proceeds from every purchase directly support the Mbird's music education grantmaking, which now totals $2.4 million, and the first 40 orders get a special sparkly sticker also designed by Brandy!
The T-shirts are available in three colors: Seafoam, Dark Green, and Charcoal Gray, as well as in 100% white ideal for custom tie-dyes. The long sleeve T is black, while the crewneck sweatshirt is Dark Heather, and the hoodie is antique sapphire.
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And since we're entirely volunteer – with no office, salaries, or paid staff – administrative costs are less than 2% of revenues! So far, we've distributed over $2 million to support music education for children – hundreds of grants in all 50 states, with more on the way.