Monday, January 25, 2010

Winner Winner Chicken Dinner!

Congrats go out to Twitter user @RunawayJimPVD for being randomly selected winner of a Kuroda shirt. Thanks again to everyone who retweeted the donation link to Mockingbird. Please consider donating at least a dollar to Mockingbird.

If you would like your own Kuorda shirt or sticker, check out the links on the right hand side of this page.

Sunday, January 24, 2010

What People Are Saying...

So i wore that [Kuroda Shirt] out the other night to umps at the fillmore... bartender was being somewhat of a dick to the two guys in front of me that were a little to spun to be trying to figure out how to split a bill... looks over as i'm about to bail + try a diff bar when all of a sudden he starts just ballin' laughing, asks what i want + tells me its on him if i tell him where i got the shirt because it was "so true" (oh the irony). I didn't remember the name/link to your site Jiggs (sorry man, it was half-way through the show + i was pretty drunk already) so i just said + told him to search for kuroda shirt.

So jiggs, if i see you at a show in the near future you've got a drink or two coming your way on my tab friend. :)
  -posted on by Brentter

Give It Away, Give It Away Now...

It's Twitter giveaway time once again!

This is the test print for the purple run. A perfect purple text printed on a white T-shirt. The shirt is Gildan 100% cotton, and the size is XL. There is only one! Retweet the following without quotes to be randomly selected to win this shirt!

"@jiggslikesphish Please donate to Mockingbird RT to win this shirt!"

Winner will be randomly selected from retweets by 7pm EST Monday January 25th. Good luck!

Thursday, January 21, 2010

Seen Around...

This could possibly be the youngest Ghost shirt owner ever. This photo was submitted by a phan in Colorado. Thanks for submitting the photo!

If you have a photo of yourself in a Jiggs shirt at a show, or just around, send it to with the subject "Photo for Blog" and I will get it posted.

Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Kuroda Shirts Are Back

After many months of requests for these, I am bringing back the Kuroda Laser Pointer shirts. After I found out Chris got one of these stickers and placed it right on his light board, I thought I should at least make a few shirts. The lime green color was chosen to represent the laser color and the original run was on charcoal colored shirts. We did maybe 2 dozen tops during the summer.

Since then, I got requests almost every day to reprint them. So I decided on a run of the original colors, as well as a new one; a dark violet text on sand. The text is screen printed on a Gildan 6.1 oz. 100% cotton shirt.You can also request a hoodie at 40$ - email me for those requests. Shirt prices are below. If you get bumped back to the blog, it means I am out of that color or size.

Support your favorite lighting director.


Lime on Charcoal  


Purple on Sand

Monday, January 11, 2010

First of Many

I’d like to begin this year by making my first individual donation to The Mockingbird Foundation. I hope that this will be the first of many that I make this year. In 2009 I participated, with the help of PhanArt, in donating a bunch of shirts and stickers to packages that received bids going directly to Mockingbird.

In 2010, PhanArt’s goal is to contribute over $3000. I would like to be a part of that amount and help spread the word about what they are all about. If you haven’t yet, please take a minute to read up on them and how without an office space, or paid staff, they were able to so far sent out grants for over a half a million dollars since 1997. This is a great cause...I mean really, can there be too much music? Please consider making a donation yourself. Even if it's just 1 single dollar.

Saturday, January 2, 2010

'Stop Analyzing' Sticker

New for 2010! For everyone who has ever wished like hell for a Harpua, chased a song over a decade, settled for a partial Gamehendge narration, or complained about too many repeats, this one is for you.  A tongue in cheek sticker to remind us why we came.

The sticker is vinyl, black on white, and measures 2x7 inches.