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Neil Peart, Geddy Lee & Alex Lifeson

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Rush-themed t-shirts from Danforth & Pape

Wed, Nov 6, 2013@11:05AM | comments

UPDATE - 11/7@5:54PM: Danforth & Pape owner Paul Tippett really appreciates all the interest and enthusiasm for his designs, but has asked that folks hold off on any further order requests for the time being as they try to catch up with the backlog. They are a very small shop and have been overwhelmed with orders over the past few days. They hope to have an official website for featuring their products and accepting orders up and running soon.

Danforth & Pape is a small, UK-based t-shirt company that began producing and selling clever, Rush-themed t-shirts earlier this year. Among the shirts they sell are a double-sided Le Studio shirt featuring a list of all the albums Rush recorded at the iconic studio on the back; a Blah Blah Blah design inspired by a t-shirt Geddy often wears on tour; a Gibson logo-inspired Lifeson shirt; and their latest design which is a double-sided t-shirt based on the Rocinante spaceship from Rush's Cygnus X-1 Book I: The Voyage. The company currently is only selling the shirts via orders placed through their Facebook page, but are working on creating an external site to feature their products as well (see above update). To check out all the shirts they have to offer, just visit their Facebook page. Thanks to owner/designer Paul Tippett and John at Cygnus-X1.net for the heads up.

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