Hi! Im new to this forum but ive aways loved the dead!
My wife and i have a site where we sell our handmade patchwork corduroy clothing and other items, all homemade by ourselves, many of which have a Dead flavor Please stop on by and check us out!
thanks for your support!!
Dad and STANLEY grew up drawing Rat cars together.
Also why i have Stanley's Mock ups and first run's and proofs posters.
From when Mom Closed the Mouse house.
She sold me all the Gems for Pennys.
Mom was way kool the first head shop in Michigan grew to 3 then went to europe with stuff.
Mom was so cool if you looked right she would open the drawer with pipes and paper and the Roach clips thank you for fingers.
Mom was one of the Greats.
How did Dad wind up such a wiener having cool friends:):)
I'm new to this site, but not to the scene. Some of you may know me from the lot and festivals over the years. I make various sized peace signs (and other stuff) from recycled lumber.
My little website: www.unwantedwood.com
If you see my booth at a festival, stop by to say hello!
The holiday season is right around the corner and we are going to start it off right with a special offer for deadheads. Visit our website at http://www.sunshinedaydream.biz, and when you spend more than $100, we'll not only give you a Free 2011 Official Grateful Dead calendar, we will also give you Free shipping on your order.
If you're in the Chicago area, check out our store in Lake Zurich. Spend more than $100 at our shop and you'll get a Free 2011 Official Grateful Dead calendar too.
Sunshine Daydream Chicago is a hippie general store, where you'll find CDs to Incense, Posters to Tie Dye, and everything in between...
May the four winds blow you safely home...
Sunshine Daydream Chicago
708 S. Rand Rd.
Lake Zurich, IL 60047
The charity auction for the Stanley Mouse guitar ends in 1 week.If you're in a bidding frame of mind, the cause is good and you won't see this on the rack at Guitar Center! Check it out!
that's quite a guitar! Actually I like quite a few of them.
Little Kids Rock is a charity that Bob Weir supports - it brings free rock n roll instruments and education to underfunded public schools nationwide.
Grateful Dead artist, Stanley Mouse painted a guitar for a unique charity auction that will furnish thousands of children with free instruments and lessons! Bid on this guitar and many more between Oct. 1 and Oct. 21 to get your hands on one-of-a-kind pieces of rock n roll memorabilia.
I'm doing a custom run of shirts for all the "tapirs" out there. Check out the thread here: http://taperssection.com/index.php?topic=138275.0 and let me know if it's something you would be interested in.
I've been selling my hats and tams at shows for decades (geez I'm old) and I've always done great and ended up doing mostly special orders. Has anyone tried Etsy yet? There's some dead and 'hippie' stuff out there but it's pretty straight crafts overall.
Feel free to criticize my shop :)
Dead.net had these for sale and they sold out. This is the circle with the 'Good 'Ol Grateful Dead' on it.
If anyone has one available please lmk at firstname.lastname@example.org