Pigpen Grateful Dead tank top women’s inspired “Hog” women’s classic rock tank top inspired by the legendary Grateful Dead harmonica player and singer Ron “Pigpen” McKernan. Pigpen was an early, short lived but, extremely influential member of The Grateful Dead at the time. He brought a blues sound and harmony that grounded the band in their embryonic years.
Pigpen Grateful Dead Tank Top Women’s Inspired – Hog
Made with only the highest quality in mind, each shirt is heavy weight, 100% cotton. Each shirt is hand silkscreened and hand painted with non-toxic, biodegradable paints using airbrush. We try to be environmentally conscious about everything we do and that includes out shirt production as well. Each shirt is hand painted with airbrush by the artist Ralph Hawke Manis himself. Thus, making each and every one of them a one of a kind, original, and highly collectible work of art. Ralph has been hand painting these wonderful works of art for over 40 years and has delighted each and every one of his his fans.
If you have a 100% cotton shirt that you would like this design printed and painted on (like your kids shirts), please contact us and we will do our best to accommodate. Please keep in mind that most our designs are to large to fit on baby sizes. We hope that you will enjoy your visit and please, leave us a comment and a rating below! We are open to suggestions and tell your friends… All of your friends!
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Women’s 100% Cotton Rock Tank Top Features:
- Heavy weight sleeveless tank top, 4.2 oz
- Hand silk screened & airbrushed by the artist!
- Print size is approximately 18″ x 20″
- Tie Dye Colors: Black, Blue, Pink and Purple
- Crystallized: Blue, Blue & Purple, Fire, Purple and Rainbow
- Sizes: Small, Medium, Large and X-large
- 100% 30-single combed ring-spun cotton
- Super-soft 1×1 baby-rib knit
- Contoured fit
Hand painted with airbrush for a soft touch feel!
Women’s Tank Top Size Chart & Care
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