A wook bearing a sad brown bud looks to trade for space on the floor to sleep for him and his dog at a hotel room on tour. They clearly don’t need his nug and the room already seems crowded. Will they let him in? Poor guy has no money and shitty weed, what would St Jerome do?
Available in the Ghetto Lot Kids Sticker Pack
The lot kid of 2010 action figure complete with DC shoes, LRG gear and a pit bull puppy. In contemporary memenclature the lot kid starter pack.
Available in the GLK sticker pack in the shop
He was almost Heighthin Nathan about Height street kids selling slack eights but I didn’t know anything about that at the time. I did know about being a young custy not knowing where to get headies in town and looking for them when Phish played Hampton once and actually weighing the bags people people were selling.
Gas is expensive and she’s hustlin hard. She hasn’t seen the entire oncore all tour because she has to catch those crowds at blowout. If you see her out there on shakelot help her out. You look like you you need a $5 dollar burrito to soak up all the $15 crap beers you bought in the venue. Maybe get one of those much cheaper much better 1 4 3 2 4 5 beers. As an added bonus your supporting a down ass woman and not some big evil corporation. Seriously is it going to kill you ya stingy fuck? Seriously
The freaker by the speaker inspired in part by the Keller Williams song. The original sketch for this is from 2003 when ravers still had big pants. It was made into a digital version in 2005 like the rest of series 2 which was released in 2006 if memory serves.
Our String Cheese Incident hooping kid, Originally from 2005 when they were still bluegrass. At the time I had come to believe that tie dye, patchwork and hemp jewelry was all cheesy hippy bullshit and this guy was meant to personify the corny stereotypical hippy. I no longer think tie dye, patchwork or SCI is cheesy by the way. You kids have at it.
Southern Widespread Panic fan complete with tractor and moonshine. Created in 2005, Back then there were Spreadheads had some kind of animosity to String Cheese Incident I guess because there were stickers of a guy on a tractor that’s sitting on a hooper so there ya go.
One of the characters released on t-shirts in 2005. Uppers, downers scream and frowners. Most of these GLK’s are archetypes and I guess it’s true some people represent particular archetypes more so than others but this was roughly based on two different people I knew on summer tour in 2003. One of them had a peeling sunburn from passing out in the sun.
Made in 2005, this was my impression of the filthy Philly lot scene. The Spectrum isn’t even there any more. Good times.
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Nitrous guy in a grassy summer shakelot is surrounded by custies in broad daylight. Released in ’05 as a tshirt. The Be Good Family shirt was for irony not to badmouth bgf or Dave. Chill.