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The Grateful Dead
are the psychedelic era's most beloved musical ambassadors and one of the most
powerful bands of all time. They meant so much to so many people in so many
ways. Millions of fans would put their lives on hold and tour with them for
weeks (or sometimes years), and an enduring “Deadhead” culture was born. The
still-thriving Deadhead community is alive and well today. The spirit of the
music and the community that supports it are the focus of all of our designs.
Most of us here are Deadheads ourselves. Their songs still play in our heads
and we go to every show that we can. Hope to see you there soon...
Versatile and Convenient - Designed as wall hanging art,
our tapestries have many uses. People use them at home for wall
hangings, tablecloths, bed-sheets, room dividers, curtains, couch and futon
covers, window treatments, ceiling decor and to quickly cover large piles of
dirty laundry or clutter.
Corner loops make our tapestries easy to
hang. Secure your picnic sheet down at the park. At festivals, stake out an
appropriate amount of space for your friends. Tie up a sunscreen at the campsite.
Add some privacy to your car. Great at the beach as a windproof beach sheet or
sun cover-up…Quality Construction - Our tapestries are printed, not
quilted or woven. They are hippie Indian tapestries. Thin as sheet. Good,
tight power loom construction with hemmed edges.
Keep your store
neat - Tapestry comes
packaged on a hanger with a picture of the design, so you can sell them
wherever T-Shirts are displayed.
Made from 100% cotton.
Modern Artists, Old
School Production - Sunshine Joy infuses modern art with traditional
hand-printing. They are printed by hand in India.
approximately 5 feet by 7.5 feet (60 inches by 90 inches / 152 centimeters by
228 centimeters / 1.52 meters by 2.28 meters). It will fit a twin XL
college dorm bed.
Grateful Dead Steal Your Face & Roses Bandana - Grey MSRP $9.95 Fully Licensed by Grat..
Steal Your Face,
Artwork by Mike DuBois