From Jiggs: Folks have been asking for one of these for a little while. The Whalecallers design…in a sticker! In a nice 4.25″ x 2.75″ size, this three color print on white vinyl sticker will last 3-5 years outdoors with no fading.
About the poster: The original work was done on cold press illustration board with pigment liner pens. Kevin notes that he chose to do the black and white point-o-lism as he feels it relates to how Phish is to him, as well as it is a very intricate and timeconsuming process. After hiking around Telluride for a bit he brainstormed this idea at the town park stage thinking about the “bands view”. The prints where done digitally on 12pt semi-gloss paper, with only 250 done, they are all signed and numbered.
About the artist: Kevin Man grew up in Wisconsin and started going to Phish shows in 1995. He has always had a passion for art and now has the opportunity to start doing art relating to his favorite band. He is currently studying art and pursuing a degree in print making/graphic design.
Made by fan Kevin Smith, this design is an homage to the famous Helvetica Beatles shirt in 2001 by Experimental Jetset. Since our beloved Phab four have such infamous nicknames I thought it would make a great shirt. It’s a litmus test for who to separate the new Phan and who has been going to shows for a long time. Our own secret language. And just like the bobbleheads we are in the quasi-copyright free zone.
Shirts are printed on Hanes Beefy Ts, with more colors coming soon!
These stickers, created and donated by phan Richard Pearlman are available for a very good bargain at 2 for 1. Rich has agreed to donate all the money from the sale of these stickers to The Mockingbird Foundation.
These stickers are $1 for 2, $2 for 5 and $5 for 15! – send money to firstname.lastname@example.org via paypal
This 13” x 19” Giclee print from J Cap Design is a signed and numbered edition of 20. It was printed the day before the Jones Beach shows this August, and features the mock-quote “We don’t want no night sky”
The remaining amount of the, both the Einstein & the Makisupa will be sold as matching # sets for 20.00 with $10 shipping on every order
About the print:
Looking for an answer? The artist Buds has it. This Mr. Brainwash spoof costs $20- including shipping. Include an additional $10 for each additional print ordered. You can also order the ‘Makisupa Stop and Search‘ seen here.