Grateful Box got its start in 2011 when I started making Grateful Dead-themed decoupage boxes and selling them to fans of their music at concert
venues. The boxes, which are upcycled from thrift stores and estate sales, are each one-of-a-kind works of art, each with a special theme that pays tribute to something Grateful
Dead-related, such as a song (like the Bertha Box, Deal Box, Loose Lucy Box...), a band member (like the Jerry in Red Box, Box of Phil, She Lays on Me This Rose Bobby Box, Sequential Circuits
Prophet-5 Brent Box...), an artist (like Stanley Mouse, Alton Kelley, Alex Grey, or Mike DuBois), or a photographer (Jay Blakesburg, Herb Greene, Susana Millman). Each box offers a new
perspective on familiar images, helping people to rediscover the joy of these images by providing an unexpected encounter. The experience is similar to listening to a Grateful
Dead show where you know every song but still find it delightfully surprising in the unique context of a specific show. Every Grateful Box is a unique piece of art that will never be
reproduced, is signed, and has its own signature title.