Phunky Shirts from PhunkyThreads

Drew Dallet is a graphic designer and a huge Phish fan who started selling lot shirts years ago on eBay. After a hiatus into his own life he recently  started printing shirts for son to wear at shows. Last summer he took his son to Detroit to see Phish. His son was sporting his new “Minecraft” Harry Hood shirt and people loved it! In fact it was so well received Drew has started producing shirts for the phans again. Always obsessed with quality all of Phunkythread’s shirts are printed on a garment printer. This process allows for amazing detail as well as longer life for the shirt, as the ink soaks right into the threads.
All of Phunkythreads shirts are made to order for each phan so production time is about 10 business days + shipping. Well worth the wait!
Click here and order yours today!

Your Pet Cat Shirts by Jiggs

Jiggs has clearly been inspired by Phish’s halloween set in Vegas. He has created They Attack movie poster and shirts, and also Your Trip is Short posters and post cards Check out Jigg’s Lot store for more!

Here is his newest creation – Your Pet Cat Shirts!

These will be a four color front, and one color back. Gildan long (style 2400) and short sleeves (style 2000) will be 50/50 cotton poly Ultras, front pocket hoodies are a 50/50 blend (style 18500), and Ladies are Gildan junior fit (style 64000) , all printed on Dark Heather.

Order will be open for one week, starting now. Orders will close on Thursday, November 20th around noon, so the shirts can be ordered that afternoon. I will only print what is ordered. Those who have ordered from me before on a pre-order know how this works, but for anyone who has not; The shirts do not get ordered until the pre-order ends. So, please allow time for this, and for your garment to be printed.

Pricing & Sizes:
Short Sleeve Men’s – S, M, L, XL $18 2XL, 3XL $19
Short Sleeve Women’s – S, M, L $18 2XL $19
Long Sleeve – S, M, L $21 XL, 2XL $22
Hoodie – S, M, L $37 XL, 2XL $39
Pricing does not include shipping.
Pre-order here!
Jiggs is planning on starting shipping on Monday, 11/24.


Fishman Inspired Nail Wraps by Anna Baldonieri

I’ve designed these Fishman inspired nail wraps and love them so much, I need to share! Each sheet comes with enough to do two manicures, two pedicures, and have left overs. The wraps are made in the USA out of high-quality, vegan material and contain no harsh chemicals. They last up to 2 weeks on fingers and up to 6 weeks on toes. They are easy to apply and won’t chip or smudge.
For application tips and more, visit my website here! For bulk discounting, e-mail me here!


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James Flames “Prints and Revolution” Exhibit in Portland Opens November 15

“Prints and The Revolution”, the second annual show of art print works and the art of revolution featuring poster/print artist, James Flames will be held at Peoples Art of Portland starting Saturday, November 15 and continue until December 7, 2014. There will be a reception on Saturday, November 15 from 5-9pm.

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This show also features print and original works by artist and Jon Janosik and Lynda Jikai Golan and People’s stable print artists, including EMEK, Brin Levinson, Allison Bruns, Jessie Fox, Ursula Barton, Roxanne Patruznick, Chris Haberman and Jason Brown, and many many more.

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James Flames is an illustrator and a printmaker who honed his skills in his hometown of Brooklyn, NY before moving to the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains of Asheville, NC, where he currently works and resides. His artwork has been featured in galleries from London to L.A., Chicago to NYC, Austin to Seattle — as well as on beer bottle labels, album covers, magazines, comic books and well, you get the idea. He also creates rock posters for some of the top touring bands out on the road today — posters which he screen prints by hand in his studio tucked away in the woods.

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Flames’ work will be online for sale starting Sunday November 16.

Peoples Art of Portland Gallery is located at 700 SW Fifth (3rd floor) People’s is Suite 4005. Weekly the gallery is open Thursday-Sunday, from 12pm-6pm with special holiday hours (after Black Friday), Wednesday-Sunday from 12pm-6pm.

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EMEK Queens of the Stone Age Halloween Print

EMEK’s Queens of the Stone Age Halloween poster from the The Forum in Los Angeles is on sale this Thursday between 12-12:30pm. Available will be a signed/numbered, embossed, and doodled artist editions. The print is a limited edition silkscreen of 100 on Bone colored (cream) paper. Size: 18″ x 24″, price: $100 + shipping. Limit 1 per customer.unnamed

Note from EMEK: “Be sure to clear your cookies/cache before the sale time so you see the most recent updates. Refreshing the sale page often increases the chance you will see the sale buttons; however, due to customer volume at time of sale, seeing the sale button is NOT guaranteed… Good luck!!”

Please visit EMEK’s webstore at between
12:00pm and 12:30pm PT  on Thursday November 13 and click on the NEW RELEASE image to open the sale page.

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Conjuring – A New Print Edition from Eelus

An artist living in Brighton, England, Eelus has released a screen print edition of his ‘Conjuring’ print. An edition of 175 will be available, as well as a limited hand finished edition of 20 combining spray paint with screen inks, making every print unique. Both editions will also feature touches of iridescent inks that will shimmer and change between 2 different colors, depending on the viewing angle.

This print will be available for presale on Friday, November 14 at 3pm GMT at

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Details for both editions:

Standard Edition of 175
• 500 x 700mm
• 8 color hand pulled screen print
• Naturalis Absolute White Matt 330gsm
• Signed, numbered and embossed by Eelus
• £150

• Hand Finished Edition of 20
• 500 x 700mm
• 7 color hand pulled screen print with spray paint
• Naturalis Absolute White Matt 330gsm
• Signed, numbered and embossed by Eelus
• £300

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Screens ‘n’ Suds Announce Fall 2014 Event and 6th Anniversary Small Batch Beer Series

On Saturday, December 6 from 1-6pm, the annual craft beer and art extravaganza of Screens ‘n’ Suds returns to Richmond in a new venue. The event, which will feature art vendors, Screens ‘n’ Suds’ beer inspired art print series, the release of five exclusive small-batch brews, and a world class taplist, will take place for the first time at The Answer Brewpub. As in past years, all proceeds from Screens ‘n’ Suds beer and art sales will benefit National MS Society and Gallery5, and for the first time, will support Richmond tattoo artist Amy McFadden’s Pink Ink Fund. Also for the first time, the event will feature a VIP experience which will include free merchandise and a private rare and vintage beer tasting hosted by Richmond celebrity bartenders! VIP ticket details will be announced in the coming weeks.screensnsuds-logo2-color

To date, Screens ‘n’ Suds’ beer and art fundraising activities in Richmond, Chicago, and beyond have raised over $100,000 for charities including National MS Society, Faison School for Autism, Virginia Association of Free Clinics, Gallery5, Young Artists of Virginia, and others, and in 2014 Screens ‘n’ Suds was chosen as one of three finalists in the Association of Fundraising Professionals’ National Philanthropy Award.

Screens ‘n’ Suds was started at Richmond’s Capital Ale House in 2009 as a way for Brian Gearing and Ric Hersh to finally get the poster show they wanted. Screens ‘n’ Suds has since collaborated with six Virginia breweries and over 50 participating artists from around the country, many of whom have created posters for national music artists including The Black Keys, Phish, My Morning Jacket, and many more.

The Screens ‘n’ Suds 2014 print series continues Sam Verrill’s mission to marry beautiful art to great causes. Seven years ago, he launched Screens ‘N’ Spokes, an art show and bike team, to benefit the Greater Delaware Valley chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. To-date, over 150 prints have been produced between the Spokes and Suds series, and including events, the team has raised over $200,000 for the MS 2014 continues Screens ‘n’ Suds Small Batch Brew Series, started in 2012 with a collaboration between Hardywood Park Brewery and Richmond screen print artists Itty Bitty Press, which yielded the inaugural brew, Quadrawine.

This year’s series features seven beers from six Virginia breweries: Hardywood Park, Three Brothers, Strangeways, O’Connor Brewing, and a collaboration between Champion Brewing and Lickinghole Creek. All the Screens ‘n’ Suds beers will be on draft at the event, as well as for sale in limited release bottles with label art designed by Screens ‘n’ Suds artists.

The event will also feature concert posters, art prints, wearables, and other merchandise, as well as the 2014 Screens ‘n’ Suds Print Series, featuring artists including Plastic Flame Press, Stronge Designs, Itty Bitty Press, Bizhan Khodabandeh, Ashley Phipps, Christian Leaf, Subject Matter Studios, Nicole Gomez, and more to be announced.

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Time to Art Up! The BOGO Poster Sale is Here

Hey Pholks! – Still reeling from an epic Halloween run or figuring out how to beat those post tour blues? We’ve got your remedy. Check out this Buy One Get One Poster sale. That’s right two posters for only $25! Check out the selection and click on the image to order yours today!








Phishy Christmas Ornaments

From stASH come Fishman Ornaments. Approximately 3″ across, this plastic sphere with royal blue sparkles (and hints of silver and red) on the inside and sparkle red Fishman donuts on the outside are hand painted and inspired by the artist’s favorite band, Phish

Design and Art credit, stASH – Ashley Driscoll

A great gift for a phan, these ornaments look awesome on the tree and are made to order. Allow 3 days for final product to dry and be ready to ship. FREE shipping in US and custom orders upon request. All orders will be ready before Christmas 2014. Cost is $15 shipped or 2 for $25. $1 of each ornament will be donated to The MockingBird Foundation.

Design and Art credit, stASH – Ashley Driscoll

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