There have been t-shirts for almost 20 years, and new versions are available now, including:

couch tour: Couch Tour  B&P model: B&P shirt  old school: old school design  old school, women's:old school, women's design

Five earlier shirts were planend, all designed by Matt Laurence. Three were printed, and were officially approved and supported by the band. 

  • The 1992 shirt, launched Christmas 1991, had the trademark "beanie" fish with colorful children's wood-block type around him reading PhishNet. 

1992 Shirt

  • The 1993 shirt featured a large, multi-colored psychedelic swirling net, with a cool fish wearing Ray-Bans floating in the center. The words Phish and NET are at the top and bottom, respectively, in large ripply blue letters. On the back is the [old] net address with another graphic.

Front: 1993 Front  Back: 1993 Back

  • The 1994 shirt features the Ray-Ban-ed "beanie" circlling the globe, and was the first shirt to promote the website address:

1994 Shirt

  • A fourth designed, originally planned in 1997 following an abandoned design contest, was not initially printed, but was made available via CafePress in 2002:

Front:  2002 Shirt  Back: 2002 Shirt, back

  • A fifth design was planned in 2000, but also never printed:

2000 Non-shirt

A new contest surfaced in the forum in 2010, and resulted in a slew of new designs, the first of which are now available in the site store.

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