MoWax Merchandise

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MoWax Merchandise
Material100% Cotton
MoWax Merchandise
DesignerWill 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[1]. The t-shirts sold for 16 pounds, and were available through mail order[2].

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.[3]


Another design was also available and has the catalogue number of MWMT001[4], this design is undated and features a tag with the following text: "Screen Stars by Fruit of the Loom, Printed in USA."[5] A white version and dark blue version appear to have been released,[6] 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.[7]

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.[8][9] For clearer versions of the tags as featured on other t-shirts, see Minor Thread on Flickr.[10][11]

Fruit of the Loom was a USA based T-shirt company which operated during the 1980's and 1990's.[12]


External Links

Images of Tshirts on MoWax Discography

Advertisements and early MoWax / Unkle images

Unknown MoWax T-shirt Design

Record bag on Instagram

MWMT001 Tee on Pirate Ship

Dark MWMT001 Tee on Instagram

Screen Stars by Fruit of the Loom on Flickr

Stars by Fruit of the Loom on Flickr