One of the more provocative shirts seen this summer, although iconic from the classic Rolling Stone Cover are the Trey/Janet ‘I’m Checkin’ ‘Em Out’ shirts. Code will be selling these from Telluride>Jones Beach. Look for him on the lots.
In the meantime, you can buy one here on the PhanArt Blog!
Update 8/22 – SOLD OUT! check back soon for more updates when more are printed.
Hi all, and happy pre second leg of summer tour! Cant wait to hit the road next week and head out west for some epic venues. These will be my last releases for this summer, and Im very excited about each.
I was asked by Widespread Panic to create a piece for their Knoxville, TN shows that are just wrapping up tonight. The inspirationis the theatre itself with its elegant and ornate decorations and absolutely stunning ceiling medallion. These are 6 color linoleum block prints on Canson Edition paper stock. Photos dont do this one justice, they almost glow from the intense blues against the earth tones. I have a small allotment from the edition of 375 and they will be available on my website, www.masthaystudios.com, Thursday July 29 at 12 noon EST.
Finally, my last installment for the second leg of summer tour, what I am affectionately calling “Giant Alpine Valley Horns“. This is also a 6 color linoleum block print but is on Rives Heavyweight paper stock, edition of 75. Imagery is fairly self explanatory, you can almost hear the “Ricola-a-a-a” or the wonderful theme to the Cliffhangers Price is Right game in the background. These also will be available at www.masthaystudios.comThursday July 29 at 12 noon EST.
Merit badges are all the rage these days, and the inevitable fan designs are here for second tour. Fan ‘Whysnow‘ will have these badges for sale in Telluride, and Alpine Valley if supplies last. They are 1 for $3 and 2 for $5. Each badge is 1.5 inches in diameter and they are limited to an edition size of 300. Whysnow has donated a couple of badges for future auctions for Mockingbird Foundation.
At Telluride look for Whysnow wearing a yellow Sleeping Monkey shirt!!!!
Over the course of Summer Tour Leg 1, we ran into artists both new and familiar, young and old. Altogether through the 11 shows PhanArt went to, plus the 42′ and PhanArt Art of the Fans of Phish Poster show on 6/20, 19 prints and other random items were donated to us for future auctions for The Mockingbird Foundation! This was an unreal show of support, especially from artists and fans who make their money on tour selling these items.
Here is a list of who donated what. If you want to buy one, for a donation to The Mockingbird Foundation, contact Pete at phanart at gmail and make an offer on a print. They will go into bundles for auctions later this year, after Jones Beach.
Five pins from Central Part of Town Pins, A PH/SHpin from Noah Phence, and Posters from Franky Scaglione, Bruce Horan, and Branden Otto and Ed Wilson. Check out the gallery to see what the Phish community has generously donated to help raise funds for The Mockingbird Foundation.
To purchase a poster, make a donation of at least $20 to Mockingbird Foundation via www.mbird.org and forward your donation receipt to email@example.com and request one of the prints or pins below.
Jonathan Lamb and Michael Ortiz from Like Minded Production based on Denver, CO present their print for Summer 2010 tour – Spock’s Brain
The edition of 210 are all signed, numbered and embossed with the Like Minded Brain logo in the bottom right corner. The print measures 11 x 23 and is a giclee on 210 gram archival smooth fine art paper.
Greetings from Masthay Studios! Sorry for the lack of witty banter this week, all the creative juices are being put towards prints at the moment.
Anyway, here is the second release for the second leg, Telluride! Each linoleum blockprint consists of 5 colors including a metallic copper on the frame and plaque surround the text. Edition size is 75 prints and will go on sale this Friday, July 23, 2010 at 12 noon EST.
As always feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions, concerns, comments, etc.
In case you were ever wondering about the picture in the upper right hand corner of the PhanArt Blog, we have the original story behind the picture and how it came to being.
Phish fan Christine Rontal was a Peace Corps volunteer in Beninfrom 2000-2002, and while over there she contacted Phish to tell them what she was doing and how much she had always loved their music. Even the villagers now loved their music as a result of Christine’s presence!
As a result, they sent a box of t-shirts for her neighbors in the village and this picture was taken shortly after. She sent one of the two originals to Phish and the other she kept. Every once in a while she would come across it online, as one scan of it led to the image going viral.
The other side of the story is that after Phish sent the t-shirts, Trey sent Christine a handwritten post card and two free tickets for their New Years comeback show that year. What a guy!
So there you have it: the story behind one the picture turns out to an awesome bit of Phish fans spreading the love and music.
The show will hang all of August at Vintage Berkeley, a really sweet gallery/wine shop, just under one mile from The Greek Theater, in the “Gourmet Grotto“, Berkeley’s restaurant district. The opening reception will be Friday afternoon, August 7th, from 12-2pm, and the vino will be flowin’.
Ryan Kerrigan says of Greek Art at Vintage Berkeley: “I’ve shown my work there three times in the past six years, usually solo (although Kerrigan has done an art show with his sister Kelly Anona Kerrigan at Vintage), this will be first time with a group. We have eleven artists for this one this show will focus solely on art related to the August Greek Phish run, and each artist will be showing only their piece related to this run.”
If you are going to the Greek, get yourself to Vintage Berkeley on August 7th from 12-2pm. A short walk for some great art and wine in an area known for its food, you can’t ask for a better pre-show activity!
Update 7/20: Art from Jonathan Lamb and Michael Ortiz:
The prints measure 17 x 15 and are gallery wrapped giclee prints on canvas. Below are some photos of the finished prints. All prints are signed and numbered by myself and Ortiz. Edition of 20 and is $70.00+$15 shipping and can be directly purchased from me via paypal at email@example.com
Update 7/25/10 1:30pm
On sale at the GREEK ART show, from Branden Otto:
Update 7/26/10: New Prints from Ian Millard, Bruce Horan and Erin Cadigan!
Greek Columns by Ian K. Millard is a Gel Transfer over a stencil/spraypaint colored background on wood.It measures 11″ x 14″ x 1″ in a custom edition of 10
Bruce Horan’s 3-color screen print ‘Poseidon‘ is printed on Coventry Rag paper. It measures 15 x 20 inches in a signed and numbered edition of 85.
Erin Cadigan’s “The Greek” is an artist pulled screen print. Made with Gold Metallic ink on Pegasus #80 Cover, this is a 13″x20″ limited edition of 40 signed and numbered prints.