Category Archives: Posters, shirts, stickers and pins

Golgi oh whoa its a shirt!

You may have seen this shirt around for a few years, as it was sold as a fundraiser for the production of PhanArt: The Art of the Fans of Phish. Now as a standalone product and one of the most popular lot shirts in recent years, fans can pick up the new printing of the shirt.

Golgi/Google
Golgi/Google

Created by PhanArt Pete, Designed by Mark Sakasai, and Printed by John Street Graphics, the bright logo on white tagless Hanes tees has a very intricate design, highlighting every aspect of the Google homepage with a Golgi-inspired twist.

Pick one up today at the store! All sizes Small, Medium, Large,and XLarge are available.  go to phanart.net/store.html

PhanArtist Profile: Keith ‘Scramble’ Campbell

You have probably seen Scramble at a show live painting. It could have been a Phish show, New Orleans Jazz Fest, Bonnaroo, a String Cheese show, or pretty much anything that in the gamut of live music performances.  Keith ‘Scramble’ Campbell has been making live art for more than 20 years now, and has become one of the most well known artists in the jamband community, as well as the festival circuit and live music scene.

painting String Cheese in 2001
painting String Cheese in 2001

My first interaction with Scramble was at Trey Anastasio Band at Red Rocks, 7/17/01.  With beer in hand and in stomach, I wandered over to the left side of the stage and saw on an easily accessible ledge, this long-haired guy painting quickly, and seemingly to and with the music. The speed at which Scramble painted, and the finished product that was slowly coming to view was remarkable and my first foray into the world of live art, and subsequently, fan art.

For over a decade Scramble has captured live energy and created visual documentation of over 500 musicians.  His word varies in content from the things he started painting when he first began to what his goals are in the future. Each painting is an improvisational attempt to capture the same energy and spirit being shared by the musicians and crowd. He dances and spreads the paints onto the canvas with his bare hands and brushes.

Watch video 7/31/09 Friday Night, Red Rocks

Friday Night
Friday Night

Scramble gives many respectful thanks to all the musicians that have allowed him to be a part of their live performances and create these artworks.

Watch video from 8/1/09 Saturday Night, Red Rocks

Saturday Night
Saturday Night

Watch video from 8/2/09 Sunday Night Red Rocks

Sunday Night Set 1
Sunday Night Set 1

Scramble doesnt just paint at Phish shows and concerts, he also creates live art at events hosted in Main Gallery and Theaters performances at Red Rocks, including plays and musicals. Scramble is currently working at the Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities and is also the seasonal Historian & Tour Guide at Red Rocks Amphitheater in Morrison, Colorado. Red Rocks is a geologically formed, open-air Amphitheatre that is not duplicated anywhere in the world. With Mother Nature as the architect, the design of the Amphitheatre consists of two, three hundred-foot monoliths (Ship Rock and Creation Rock) that provide acoustic perfection for any performance.

PHRock
PHRock

Scramble also has designed 100 signed and numbered hand painted bottles of 05 Cabernet Sauvignon for BookCliff Vineyards and Tasting Room (1501 Lee Hill Road Boulder, CO).

handpainted bookcliff wine bottle 'Rock Spirits'
handpainted bookcliff wine bottle ‘Rock Spirits’

From their website – bookcliffvineyards.com – “The Cab features a bright fruity nose, limestone earthiness and flavors reminiscent of blackberries and dark cherries with a hint of vanilla and a soft lemon peppery finish. “

bottles on the rocks
bottles on the rocks

The Scrambled BookCliff 05′ Cabernet Sauvignon signed numbered limited edition will be available exclusively thru BookCliff Vineyards. For more information, prices, shipping, etc, call or email BookCliff Vineyards Sommelier Mark Stephan at sommeliermark@gmail.com

check out Scramble’s gallery at scramblecampbell.com and his shop

scramblecampbell.com/shop/thumbs.asp?Art_TypeID=5

LOST/Phish shirts by Neil Fontenot

LOST and Phish have a great deal in common. While the TV show has gone above and beyond the norms of television by incorporating what are otherwise outlandish scenarios, a hard-core faithful are still anticipating the next 19 episodes that will finish the show. Likewise, what the average music fan doesnt understand, a Phish fan will. Phish does its own thing, and when it seems like they will fail, they succeed over and over again, drawing a close-knit audience together into a community that is practically left to itself amongst the greater community around us.

The tie-ins between LOST and Phish do not end there. Neil Fontenot created 3 incredibly unique designs that incorporate the best of both worlds – Phish and LOST.

Bathtub Jin (womans)
Bathtub Jin (womans)

Printed on high quality pre-shrunk cotton Gildan tees (mens) and pre-shrunk Bella tees 52%/48% polyester (womens). New for Fall, Neil has long sleeve tees and hoodies in the Faraday design. The hoodies are limited in quanity Hanes cotton and have the Faraday design on the back with a Dharma/Phish patch sewn on the front. For ordering info/paypal instructions please paypal neil_fontenot@yahoo.com

Faraday (womens)
Faraday (womens)

Check out Neil’s Shirts – they make great gifts!!!!

Desmond Wolfman's Brother (mens)
Desmond Wolfman's Brother (mens)

Erin Cadigan: PhanArtist and Fashion Designer for the masses

This week’s PhanArtist is Erin Cadigan. Erin is a fashion designer and poster artists living in Brooklyn with her husband (who is also one of her best friends from tour) Martin.

Three - Posters and Shirts by Erin Cadigan
Three - Posters and Shirts by Erin Cadigan

Erin grew up in New Jersey where she saw her first Greatful Dead show in 1988. Over the next few years she was introduced to Phish and saw them for the first time in 1992. In 1994, a life long dream of driving across the country was fufilled. Living in her van, sleeping in squats, long drives to unknown destinations, jumping on Dead tour and catching some Phish shows; for her, nothing could have been better! The next summer she did it all over again and started to tour in earnest after graduating with a BFA in Illustration in 1996. Erin continued to tour and sell her shirts and posters up till the last shows in ’04, and was involved with PhanArt: The Art of the Fans of Phish since shortly after its inception, and has taken part in multiple poster shows and can always be seen on the lot selling her work.

She is very grateful to all who supported her work over the years, and made the last 15 years the most extrodinary experience of her life.

Erin has recently hit the 300 show mark, which we have to give HUGE kudos to. Very impressive Erin! 

You can see Erin’s work on Facebook, and her website, linked below

www.facebook.com/pages/Three-posters-and-t-shirts-by-Erin-Cadigan/128783164478?ref=ts

www.erincadigan.com

Some of Erin’s past creations

fall 97
fall 97

summer 97 shirt
summer 97 shirt

Christine Lafferty’s Shirts and Such

Christine Lafferty has been making some great shirts for some time now. In addition to the shirts below, she has a Charlie Brown ‘Chalkdust Torture’ shirt that caught my eye at Darien Lake, prompting me to get in touch with her for the blog.

You can get these shirts by paypal-ing clafferty1@mac.com

Shirts include the aforementioned Chalkdust on white, and gray, and the shirts below.  They are available in all sizes, plus in tie-dye. She  can also tie dye any of the white chalkdust shirts by request

Christine also sells some clothing on skimadesigns.etsy.com. She make tons of kids dresses, shirts and adult shirts, skirts, etc.

She sells the shirts for $15, the tie dyes for $20. Check out Christine’s great shirts!

Backwards Down the Numberline front
Backwards Down the Numberline Back
Backwards Down the Numberline back
Backwards Down the Numberline Front
Fluffhead front
Fluffhead front
Fluffhead Back
Fluffhead Back

Jiggs: Purveyor of Fine Stickers and Shirts for 8, since 2009

Our first in a long series of fan creations introduces The Art of Jiggs, a fan from North Carolina who has been ahead of the curve with his creations. Here we exhibit some of his newest designs for the upcoming shows this fall

Jiggs was the original designer of the 7-11/7-below sticker

Jiggs' 7 below
Jiggs' 7 below

His newest creations include this sticker for 8.

8 sticker by Jiggs
8 sticker by Jiggs

The sticker was originally just a practice design, and blossomed into this final design. It’s a 4.25 inch black and white vinyl square. There were only 260 of these made, and currently there’s only about 80 left. these are 1 for 2, or 3 for 5.

Indio Sticker
1 for $2.00

3 for $5.00

FEST 8 SHIRT

Fest 8 Indio Jiggs
Fest 8 Indio Jiggs

This shirt was another in a line of logo parodies done over the spring and summer. The classic Super 8 inspired logo was a reference to the “do you have your hotel booked?” attitude that was rampant upon the announcement of the festival. There are only 4 left from the run, all XL, 2 long sleeve, and two short sleeve. 15 for short, 20 for long. – Since there are only 4 left, you may want to email him to see if there are any left before purchasing. mrminor@gmail.com.

FEST 8 Shirts
Short Sleeve XL $15.00

Long Sleeve XL $20.00

Jiggs also came up with this recent Chris Kuroda sticker, seen below.

a laser pointer doesnt make you chris kuroda
a laser pointer doesnt make you chris kuroda

It has been spotted on Kuroda’s own light board!

shorelinestickerkurooda

The sticker is still available, by the way…1 for 2, 3 for 5.

KURODA STICKER PAYPAL:

Kuroda Sticker
1 for $2.00

3 for $5.00

A portion of the proceeds from the sale of these shirts and stickers will go to The Mockingbird Foundation, supporting music education nationwide.