“Why Weigh on a Sunny Day” pin pre-order from stuPINdous Creations

“Why Weigh on a Sunny Day” is a limited edition pin of only 100 designed by stuPINdous Creations. This 1.5 inch cloisonné pin is on high polished silver metal, featuring 9 colors. Each pin is numbered and stamped on the back with stuPINdous creations, with 2 backposts.

This is a presale continuing until October 10th, with pins shipping out on or around the 15th. Each pin is $15 with FREE shipping during presale only.

Tube pins from Jiggs

from Jiggs:

This is one of the first 2009 designs I did, and it sold as a shirt during the 2009 Hampton Run. The pin version is polished silver, red, and white. The 1.25″ inch pin is a cloisonne style, features two posts, the Jiggs logo stamp on the back, and is the first Jiggs pin to be numbered (1-100). There will be no re-print. If you would like to try for a particular number, please indicate that within your PayPal order and I will do my best to get as close as I can to the number you request. I cannot guarantee you a certain number. Pins are $10 each with $2 for shipping.

Pins will begin shipping out (approximately) Tuesday October 4th. Only 60 are being made available right now.

Order one here

StuPINDous Creations Manteca Pin

The first pin featured on PhanArt by stuPINdous Creations is a Manteca Pin, a “crab in my shoe mouth”. The shoe says Manteca on the sole and the crab spins in the shoes mouth. This pins is a 1 1/4 inch hard enamel and is one of only 200 made. The back is stamped with stuPINdous creations and has two pin backs. The cost for this pin is $18 with free shipping and handling

stuPINdous creations is based out of Charlotte, NC and brings phans quality Phish-inspired memorabilia one PIN at a time.

 

 

Screens and Suds: A Week-Long Celebration of the Arts of Craft Beer and Screenprinting

Screens ‘n’ Suds, Sam Verrill and Brown Distributing present: A Week-Long Celebration of the Arts of Craft Beer and Screenprinting to benefit MS Society and National Parkinson Foundation


Screens ‘n’ Suds began in 2009 as a collaboration between Brian Gearing, Sam Verrill and Ric Hersh. After being turned down by two different venues in town, Brian’s idea for a small, start-up poster convention was given new life when a friend suggested the Capital Ale House Music Hall in downtown Richmond. It only made sense to tie beer into the event, and with Sam’s blessing, Screens ‘n’ Suds was born. Since the inaugural event, S’n’S has raised over $15,000 for MS Society and other charities, and its list of partnering breweries and artists has grown from 15 to over 35, coming from all over the country, from Berkeley, CA to Omaha, NE, to just across the river on Manchester Island. Partnering with Jacob Brunow and Stephen Tuzeneu, the craft beer managers at Brown Distributing, has allowed Screens ‘n’ Suds to grow into a multi-event beer and art juggernaut in Richmond, and they hope to expand into other cities in 2012.

This years locations and dates:

Friday, October 7 | Bell’s Beer Dinner | TJ’s Restaurant at The Jefferson Hotel | 101 W Franklin St | Richmond, VA

Thursday, November 3 | S’n’S Print Series Debut | Mekong Restaurant | 6004 W Broad St | Richmond, VA

Friday, November 4 | S’n’S Original Print Show Opening | Gallery 5 | 200 W Marshall St | Richmond, VA

Saturday, November 5 | The Big Event | Capital Ale House Downtown | 623 E Main St | Richmond, VA

Sunday, November 6 | Sunday Shockoe Sippage | Shockoe Bottom | Richmond, VA

Tuesday, November 8 | Local Beer Steal the Glass | Capital Ale House Downtown | 623 E Main St | Richmond, VA

Having multiplied its first-year fundraising ten-fold since its inception in 2009, Screens ‘n’ Suds presents:

The Big Screens ‘n’ Suds Event at Capital Ale House | Saturday 5 November | 4-9pm

 FREE ADMISSION ($5 suggested donation)

 DJ sets by DJ Lightning’s Girl, DJ Kenny and more

 Beer Tastings and Special Releases by Beach Brewing, Bull & Bones, Devil’s Backbone, Hardywood Park, Legend, O’Connor, Roanoke Railhouse, Starr Hill, Wolf Hills and more

 Concert posters, art prints, t-shirts and more from acclaimed poster artists from around the country

From 10pm – last call, there will be a Rock show by NoBS Brass Band and The New Belgians | Tickets are available at www.CapitalAleHouse.com

This year, the big event will feature more breweries than ever, welcoming the best from all corners of Virginia, all of whom will be offering tastings and specials throughout the afternoon. Meanwhile, artists from around the country will set up booths packed with concert posters, art prints, t-shirts and more, all available for purchase directly from the artists. To tie it all together, Screens ‘n’ Suds once again debuts its annual beer-inspired art print series, the sales of which benefit the Central Virginia Chapter of MS Society and the National Parkinson Foundation. A raffle and silent auction featuring posters, framed art, music, tickets, and loads of gift certificates and beer and music schwag will also benefit this year’s charities, and sales of Screens ‘n’ Suds merchandise and donations at the door will go directly to MS Society.

Artists displaying at the Screens ‘n’ Suds event include Crazy Redbeard, Itty Bitty Press, Plastic Flame Press, Ryan Kerrigan, Team 8 Press, Tripp Shealy, and more to be announced. For the first time, bike lovers can join in the fun, as Screens ‘n’ Spokes, the Suds’ older sister organization, will be showing for the first time in Richmond. Artists in this year’s Screens ‘n’ Suds series are The Bungaloo, Scott Campbell, Doe-Eyed Design, DWITT, Brian Ewing, Justin Helton (Status Serigraph), Fred Hosman (Hosco Press), Alan Hynes, Iron Canvas Studio, Itty Bitty Press, Erick Montes, Mike Munter, Plastic Flame Press, Brandon Otto, Ashley Phipps, Tim Ripley, Tripp, Jason Taylor, Team 8 Press, Steve Tenebrini (Squad 19), and Clint Wilson.

The Screens ‘n’ Suds 2011 Series continues Sam Verrill’s mission to marry beautiful art to great causes. Five 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 100 prints have been produced between the Spokes and Suds series, and including events, the team has raised over $230,000 for the MS Society. In 2008 and 2009, he worked with the Independents Coffee Cooperative of Philadelphia to curate the Beans ‘N’ Screens show to benefit the fair trade  Cooperative of San Fernando.

Brian Gearing launched The Gig Gallery in 2007 as an online concert poster retailer, and expanded into publishing and at-your-leisure blogging before deciding to wind it down in late 2011. He still continues his obsession with posters through Screens ‘n’ Suds and an impressive personal poster collection. A long-time music fan and part-time critic, Brian’s love for the printed riff began in 2004, and he’s been leveraging his passion for music and giving since 2003, when he and guitarist David Marshall began The Cure Collective, raising money for cancer treatment and research through music and art events. The Gig Gallery still has posters for display and sale at Plan 9 Music in Richmond, and www.thegiggallery.com will be live through the end of 2011. www.ScreensNSuds.com will be updated with artist bios, interviews and samples as the event date approaches. Brian Gearing is manager at Frame Warehouse

Ric Hersh fell in love with craft beer and art early on in life and hasn’t looked back. With a stacked beer cellar,  overflowing art portfolios, and an insatiable appetite for live music, it makes perfect sense that he and Brian have paired up to throw several successful Screens ‘n’ Suds events through the years, and Ric’s frequent travels make him a perfect ambassador. Ric Hersh daylights in the Regulatory Affairs department at Altria Group Inc. and is an event planner for www.richmondbeerlovers.com

Like the ever-growing market of small batch brews, the concert poster micro-economy is booming. As music sales  plunge off a high cliff, fans and collectors have turned their wallets to limited edition, screenprinted concert posters. After Xerox and the cut-and-paste punk flyer movement killed “high rock art” in the late 70s, most of the great rock-inspired art was relegated to album covers, then shrunken to a quarter of their previous size on CD covers, and finally dumped onto web pages opening for a download link. Since the death of the physical recording, posters have come along to reclaim their throne as the ultimate expression of the visual possibilities of rock and roll, and an entire new crop of artists armed only with silkscreens, a squeegee and some ink have come to reclaim the crown. Produced often by hand and in extremely limited quantities, “gigposters” are more rare than even the smallest vinyl pressings or large-edition promo posters, they are created specifically for single shows and tours, and depending on the band and artist, some sell out literally in seconds, often for hundreds of dollars. Many poster artists are quietly climbing to the same heights of notoriety as the bands they make posters for, which include heavyweights like Deftones, Arcade Fire, Ween, The Dead Weather, Phish, Social Distortion, My Morning Jacket, and Pearl Jam.

For more info: www.screensnsuds.com | twitter.com/screensnsuds

Isadora Bullock’s Chicago, Colorado and Vermont posters

Isadora’s print for the three amazing nights we had at UIC is titled “Ramalope“. The print is a linocut and measures 15 X 21 inches and printed on stonehenge paper in a limited edition of 100. The cost is $30 shipped. Only 10 of these prints remain for sale!

Isadora’s poster for the three shows at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park is titled ‘I’m building you a pyramid…” The print is a linocut measuring 15 x 21 inches and printed on stonehenge paper in a limited edition of 150. Cost is $30 shipped. Only 10 of these prints remain for sale!


A print made just in time for the Vermont Benefit Show in Essex on 9/14/11 is titled “Revive“. This print is a linocut printed on stonehenge paper measuring 15 x 16 inches in a limited edition of 75. The cost for this print is $30 shipped. Only 10 of these prints remain for sale!

“Phuck Yeah” Stickers and “Bouncin” Shirts by Phil

Phil has a few designs from the summer left over to share with fans. The “Phuck Yeah” Stickers say it all!!! They are $2 a piece or 3 for $5, both of which include shipping and a nice donation to the Mockingbird Foundation.

Phuck Yeah Stickers

 

The “Bouncin” Shirts come in Mens Medium, Large and X-Large and cost $20 a piece which includes shipping and a nice donation to the Mockingbird Foundation. All shirts ordered will receive a free sticker.

Bouncing Shirt

 

TRiPPs Prints *TOMORROW* Exciting Online Store Release

t star logo white on black 


Store Release 9.23.11

 

 

TRiPPs Prints  will be releasing three vibrant new prints tomorrow: Friday, September 23rd at 9am MST. These prints are the first pieces available in the State Print series, announced earlier this year.

 

The State Print series will include a single print for each of the 50 United States. Each state was picked at random from a jar. They are being released in the order in which they were chosen.

 

 

Every print illustrates a natural attraction within the state. The name and outline of the state, as well as the number each was when admitted into the union of the United States of America are also displayed on every print. 

 

The first piece, “California”,  is a hand printed silk screen on cotton paper. This 5 color print depicts Yosemite National Park .

 

California 

The second piece, Missouri, is also a hand printed silk screen on cotton paper. This 5 color print illustrates the Lake of the Ozarks.    

Missouri 

The third piece, Georgia, is a hand printed silk screen on cotton paper as well. This 5 color print  is of Okefenokee Swamp at dusk.

Georgia

Printed using archival inks and natural mineral fibers, these prints are 100% archival and will not fade.

 

Each of these were printed in an edition of 50, with only 35 of each state being released for purchase.

 

In addition to these prints, we will also be releasing a very limited number of the following prints:

Denver PH 2011 night two Denver PH 2011 night three

Dick’s nights two & three

Clarkston PH Bethel PH

Clarkston & Bethel Woods

Cinncy PH Cuyahoga Falls PH

Cinncinati & Cuyahoga Falls

Darien PH 2011

Darien

Deer Creek PH 2009 Asheville PH 2009

Deer Creek “Pheelin Phine” 2009

&

Asheville “Phunky Town” 2009

 

ALL of these prints will be available beginning tomorrow, Friday, September 23rd @ 9am MST on

www.TRiPPsPrints.com

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New Reba Alliance Pre-Order from Jiggs

Missed the Reba run this year? No worries! Pre-order yours here!

This is a one color screen print on a sport grey garment. The original run was back in April of 2010 from Jiggs. All garments have a 90/10 cotton blend, except hoodies which are a 50/50. The men’s shirts are Sport Grey Gildans (2000), the long sleeves are Sport Grey Gildans (2400), the ladies shirts are Gildan Ladies softspun (64000L), and the hoodies (first time available in this design) are Gildan 7.75 oz. Hooded Sweats (18500). Links have been provided to the appropriate sizing charts.

 

The pre-order closes on Sunday, September 24th.

Pre-order one today!

 

Superball IX Race car pins and 25th, 50th & 100th show pins from Rory Boyan

From Rory Boyan comes his SuperBall IX racecar pin with incredible detail and a set of three ‘milestone’ pins that commemorate an individual fans 25th, 50th and 100th show. All pins below cost $15 each with $3 shipping and handling.

The SuperBall IX Formula 1 car features Hoodyear tires, a Lizard on side of car, Rutherford the brave driving, Prussia on the spoiler, the phrase “Read the Book”, “Hendge-oil”, on a #9 car with 1 and 3 as headlights for the dates of the festival.

This is a 25 scale pin representing having gone to 25 shows plated in brass

This is a 50 scale pin with 50 scales etched onto the pin and plated in silver commemorating having been to 50 shows.

This is a 100 scale pin, plated in gold with 100 scales etched onto pin, commemorating a 100th show