Soam24 found 3 boxes of his screen printed pint glasses from 2010. The glasses are dishwasher safe, and the logos are quite durable. The logos are not stickers! The items will ship USPS Priority Mail in mid November, securely packaged with bubble wrap, newspaper, tape and a secure box!
“That rug really tied the room together, did it not?” John Warner has produced an incredibly detailed poster for moe.’s Halloween show at Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas. This year’s show is themed The Big Lebowski & this poster is packed with details. This poster is a signed and numbered edition of 200 posters that will be available at the show on 10/31 (morning on 11/1 really) at Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas.
Enjoying this West Coast Run? Check out this new Shirt from Ebbleberry Designs. This original design -The Manteca Mandala, – features crabs and shoes, of course! (makes me think of Marlyland – tweezerfest anyone!?!) The front of shirt has the mandala design; back of shirt features the crab and “in my shoe mouth”. This shirt is a 100% organic cotton, printed with super-soft water based inks. Shirt is a light gray color and available in M-2XL sizes.
Order your shirt HERE for only $20 plus shipping – or pick one up from the artist in Miami if you’re coming out for New Years.
Mike Lawrence of Philly Philms has undertaken an impressive project over the last two years, creating a documentary that captures who Phish fans are. His film focuses squarely on the fans, not the band, a first of its kind film to be produced. Now, with Fall Tour upon us, Lawrence has started a Kickstarter campaign over the next 46 Days to fund the production and distribution of “We’ve Got it Simple”.
As Lawrence says in the Kickstarter description: “The film and its unique structure will allow us to tell the true story of us, the fans, and the unique and artistic sub-culture world that we have created. Beginning in the early years in Vermont and continuing through the 30th anniversary year, “We’ve Got It Simple” will allow us to celebrate our community and tell our story from the inside, while exposing the most unique and eclectic fan-base in music to those who may not be as familiar.”
Among the rewards for backing this project – downloads and DVDs of the film – there will be a series of Phanart rewards, pins and posters created by a variety of artists, which will benefit the backer as well as the artist for those who support “We’ve Got it Simple” at certain reward levels. These will be revealed over the course of the 46 Day long campaign, with each reward getting better and better, leading up to the Limited Edition movie poster designed by Jim Pollock.
You can back this project here and make sure to tell your friends and share with Phish fans. This is a one of a kind film and the biggest Phish film outside of Bittersweet Motel.
For the first time in over a decade “The Phish from Vermont” will be heading back to Vegas and if Summer Tour 2014 showed anything, they are en FUEGO and ready to rage.
These two stickers are a Welcoming the Phans back to “PHabulous Las Vegas” and knowing on that road back… Someone hit a “Possum”… His End was the ROAD!
Look for him in Vegas all three nights or you can Purchase here.
Made from high quality UV resistant vinyl, they are being sold, 1 for $3, 2 for $5, plus .50 for shipping. Let me know which you would like, one of each or if you have a favorite.
The annual fall Festival of Rock Posters show from The Rock Poster Society (TRPS) will be held Saturday, October 25 at the San Francisco County Fair Building (aka Hall of Flowers) in beautiful Golden Gate Park.
Joining TRPS this fall is Bonnie MacLean Graham, as well as The Bill Graham Foundation, making this year’s show an informal celebration and remembrance of Bill Graham.
For the first-time, AJ Masthay and Adam Pobiak will be exhibiting at TRPS, as well as many others, including: Stanley Mouse, Wes Wilson, Bonnie MacLean, Bill Graham Foundation, Paul Imagine, John Seabury, Paul Getchell, Josh Bempechat, Perry Pfeffer, Casey Castille, Emek, Mike Storeim / classicposters.com, SF Rockposters, Tea Lautrec Litho, Chuck Sperry, Lee Conklin, Chris Shaw, Alex Fischer, Lauren Yurkovich, Marq Spusta, Matt Leunig, Dave Hunter, D. King Gallery, Shane Grogg, Carolyn Ferris, Eric King, Cliff Yamasaki, Sal Dicheira / Amazing Adventures, Sherwood Donahue, Kris Mikkelson, Victor Moscoso, Randy Tuten, David Singer, Billy Perkins and Gary Houston.
The shows from 10am until 6pm, with $5 admission for TRPS members from 10am-3pm, with membership available for purchase at the entrance. Admission is free for all from 3pm-6pm.
Available in Eugene, local artist Derek Finholt has created two limited editions of his print to kick off Phish’s Fall 2014 tour.
The first edition is printed on Ilford Galerie Smooth Pearl paper, an edition of 20 with a semi-gloss finish, measuring 13″ X 19″. The other edition of 20 is printed on Crescent 100% rag paper with a matte finish measuring 11″ X 17″. Both are acid free & archival quality prints.
Find Derek vending the print before and after the show tonight.
If you are in the Albany, NY area on October 23, come to Ben and Jerry’s on Lark Street and check out art from Capital Region artist Jeremy Lebediker! Jeremy will have a display of his art for sale, and 25% of sales in the ice cream shop will benefit The Mockingbird Foundation, supporting music education throughout the country!
Check out more of Jeremy Lebediker’s art on his fan page Fans of Lebediker Art and his website. Stay updated on the event via Facebook. The benefit will run from 5pm until the Scoop Shop closes at 10pm.
The 10th Anniversary Maze/Bowie Coin was minted to be debuted in Las Vegas over the 2014 Halloween Run. It is only fitting that the Maze/Bowie Coin resurface in the city where Phish Coins made their debut in 2004!
Needless to say, he has had lots of time to mull over the decisions he made with the original design, and one thing always struck him… how did he overlook the idea of a David Bowie visage from the movie Labyrinth? This inspired him to rework and redefine the Maze/Bowie Coin concept, including a totally different approach to the Maze design too. David Bowie is presented as Jareth, the evil Goblin King from Jim Henson’s last production in a brilliant career! If you missed the first two releases of the Maze/Bowie Coin, here is your chance to get your hands on one. Adam will be at the Halloween run, so you can find the coins in person there.
As with all previous Phish Coins, the 10th Anniversary Maze/Bowie Coin is 1.75″ in diameter, 3mm in thickness, has a reeded edge like a quarter, and has an antique silver finish.
The 10th Anniversary Coin was minted in a limited run of 300 coins, and is priced as follows:
Prices Shipped w/ USPS Tracking: 1=$24, 2=$45, 3=$66, 4=$87, 5=$108… Add $21 per extra coin thereafter, and please Paypal to email@example.com or email me if you would prefer to send a USPS Money Order.