JaPhanArt from Ryan Kerrigan and Lizzy Layne to support earthquake relief efforts from Peace Winds America

Lizzy Layne and Ryan Kerrigan have generously donated some of their original artwork to raise funds to benefit Peace Winds America’s Japan Relief Fund. Read below to see how you can help and the great art you can get in return for a small donation.

Lizzy Layne – Ningensei

Ningensei is the Japanese word for Humanity. This piece was created by Lizzy as a small contribution to help those affected by the recent disaster in Japan. Such tragedies remind you of the more important and less petty things in life and bring about a time where we must find compassion and humanity within ourselves. This piece of PhanArt, although targeted mainly to Phish fans, still has the entire nation in mind because music is universal and is one of the few other positive things that can bring people together. The original art will be auctioned off starting at $50 and 100 prints of the art will be sold online for $10 plus s+h. Prints of this original watercolor on rice paper painting measure 8″ x 12″

Feel good about helping those in need while getting back a fun piece of art in return!

Bid on the “Ningensei” auction here

Buy “Ningensei” prints below

Ryan Kerrigan ‘Nectar’s”


Ryan Kerrigan’s “Nectar’s” print debuted on 9/9/99 in Vancouver, British Columbia. Printed in an edition of 2000, most of these posters were sold on the Fall tour in 1999, and until recently the remaining posters were secure in a tube, waiting for a day when they would be available for purchase. The last 50 of these posters are available to benefit Peace Winds America’s Japan Relief Efforts. The poster measures 16 X 20 and is signed and numbered. This Poster is sold out!

4 thoughts on “JaPhanArt from Ryan Kerrigan and Lizzy Layne to support earthquake relief efforts from Peace Winds America”

  1. A wonderful effort for a noble cause. But what a shame how quickly the news moves on – we hardly see anything on the news now about the aftermath of the Japanese earthquake.

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