|Designer||Will Bankhead and Ben Drury|
The original Mo' Wax Merchandise range was created and sold by Swifty, and included three t-shirts and a record bag. Also available were Swifty and Straight No Chaser t-shirts. These were all advertised for sale in Straight No Chaser Magazine. The t-shirts sold for 16 pounds, and were available through mail order.
In 1996 a new MoWax Merchandise Catalogue was released, featuring four new designs by Will Bankhead and Ben Drury, a new record bag design and a slipmat (not pictured). Each includes a MWM (MoWax Merchandise) catalogue number, eg. MWM001T for the first t-shirt design.
Another design was also available and has the catalogue number of MWMT001, this design is undated and features a tag with the following text: "Screen Stars by Fruit of the Loom, Printed in USA." A white version and dark blue version appear to have been released, with an eBay listing for the dark version claiming the user received it as a promo from Mo' Wax in the 1990's and that it was never on sale to the public.
Two versions of the white t-shirt have appeared online with the same designs but slightly different tags. Both tags mention Screen Stars as the creator. For clearer versions of the tags as featured on other t-shirts, see Minor Thread on Flickr.
Fruit of the Loom was a USA based T-shirt company which operated during the 1980's and 1990's.