Looking for a one kind memento from every stop on Phish’s 2019 Summer Tour?!? Check out this set of Hand Carved Linoleum Mini Print Trading Cards from Dave Thomas. Each stop on the Tour has its own 2.5″ by 3.5″ card with art that references the venue and local area on the front while giving you all the key stats about Phish at that venue on the back. There are a total of 14 cards in the series. 1 for each of the 13 tour stops and 1 2019 summer tour card. These little cards are a perfect get – collectable, tradable and just plain fun. This is a limited Edition of ONLY 25 Completed and Signed Sets of this amazing series. DO NOT SLEEP on these! Only $25/Set Order Yours now!
Star City Art Workshop is a partnership that was founded in the spring of 2017 as a bit of a courting gesture between two artists. Describing what each brings would take too long so let’s just say there is one hell of a synergy when you cross an artist with an outlaw, a nurturer with an activist, a dreamer with a lover. These prints are born out of a basement in Star City, West Virginia.
This entire series featured below is available on eBay.
This print was inspired by ACDC Bag and other visual imagery that feels Phishy Its creators enjoy expanding the visual language associated with the band, and sometimes reach out there to push that. This one has direct lyrical references as well. The feel is edgy, and the time within which this was created was pretty darn edgy, and still is socially and politically. Feel the parallels between the narratives in the early Phish lyrics and the story we are all living in history together. There are references here of great tension and decisiveness, consequence, reality of mythic proportions. And that is where this print operates from. Colors: burnt sienna red and green/yellow smearprint and green.
Many of these prints have a story to tell. The imagery is venue-inspired with the Georgia Peach.
Amy’s Farm was the first in a series of nine throwback prints for early shows, now referred to as the “Phish 1.0” era.
This print features UNH school colors and reference to the theatrics of trampoline jumping on stage. Phish are a beautiful embodiment of theatrical-artist-type musicians and youthfulness. So playful in spirit even when paired with all the intellectual brilliance. There is a reference also to holes here. And just a letting go.
On Friday July 5 and Saturday July 6, PhanArt will hold a two-day PhanArt show at House of Blues Boston, directly across the street from Fenway Park!
Friday’s show will run from 1-4pm, while Saturday’s show will go from 1-6pm. Each day you’ll find new artists and vendors exhibiting a wide variety of Phish inspired art and memorabilia.
Interested artists can contact firstname.lastname@example.org for details on being a part of the event.
If anyone knows what space smells like, it’s the mad Titan. Four of the greatest musicians in the universe team up this summer – Iron Lawn Boy on keytar, Big Red – God of Thunder with his axe, Groodon on bass, and Henrietta Raccoon on vacuum – for the ultimate throwdown on Phish Tour.
Shirts are Next Level brand and run true to size. Each order comes with free stickers! Please note: this is a pre-order – shirts will ship the second week of May.
Order now in the PhanArt Store!
Look into the finances boxes and check your status (status) because you are are going to want to buy this Golgi Pin available now from Shakedown Party. It’s the perfect pin for Science and Phish nerds alike! Look into the microscope and you’ll see the Golgi Apparatus [a major collection and dispatch station of protein products received from the endoplasmic reticulum (ER). Proteins synthesized in the ER are packaged into vesicles, which then fuse with the Golgi apparatus]. Oh Golgi, olgi, oh ooo olgi….
Each pin in this Limited Edition series of 150 is on Oxidized Metal plating measuring 1.5 inches with two posts, Soft enamel, and yes, it has been Glitter Bombed!
Only $12.50 each! Order yours today, Nerds! ….
Alone on the fairgrounds, a sinister Armenian man lurking in the background, Esther looks at us with haunted eyes, standing in the water that would swallow her life while clutching the puppet on her right. The story of Esther comes to life in this new 11″ by 17″ masterpiece from Augury Press. Never before has Phish’s tragic little heroine been immortalized so beautifully. Inspired by Art Nouveau and the works of Alphonse Mucha this piece is the next great installment in a series that includes Tela, and the perfect pairing of the Winter Queen and Fuego. This hand drawn digitally painted print is a must have for fans of one of Phish’s oldest tales as well as phanart collectors. Available now on Etsy for only $15. Order yours today!
The Phishsonian Institute, with Oregon State University Philosophy School of Phish, and PhanArt, is proud to announce “Below The Moss Forgotten: Phish in the Pacific Northwest,” a museum exhibit about the band and its relationship with the region.
From Ashland 1991 to The Gorge 2018, Phish’s time out here perfectly mirrors the band’s evolution and growth and will be represented by fan-created art and some choice artifacts. The exhibit will be presented in the Horizon Lounge of the Memorial Union on the OSU campus in Corvallis, Oregon. It will coincide with the first-ever Phish Studies academic conference on May 17-19, 2019. This is the Phishsonian’s first exhibit with PhanArt in what it hopes will be many.
In order to make this exhibit happen, the Phishsonian Institute and PhanArt are looking for donations to help fund materials needed for presentation. To donate, please visit Go Fund Me and support this archival endeavor. If you own a business and would like to sponsor this exhibit and the Phish Studies conference, please contact Stephanie Jenkins of Oregon State at email@example.com.
Lastly, to understand Phish’s time in the Pacific Northwest, you just have to listen to the tapes. The Phishsonian Hour on JEMP Radio will be airing an 11-part series about Phish in the Pacific Northwest leading up to the conference. It airs every Thursday at 2 PM East/11 AM West, kicking off today with selections from Spring and Fall 1991. Please tune in.
EMU Ballroom ticket stub from GolgiProject.com
There have been a lot of pieces of phanart that have been donated to benefit charitable organizations in the Phish community, which has led to the ‘3 for $40’ deal that has been run in recent years, netting more than $2,000 for The Mockingbird Foundation. A recent donation of posters from 2003-2004 and 2009-2010 are included in this next offer to benefit Groovesafe.
Groovesafe will be the receipient of monies from this fundraiser, a worthy 501 (c)(3) charitable organization raising money to support a worth cause – a movement within the musical community to bring awareness about unwanted touching and sexual assault at concerts.
Posters by Erin Cadigan, Cody Schibi, Jason Lees and more. Each tube of 3 posters is shipped in a PhanArt MegaTube with stickers and priority shipping. Limit 1 tube per person.
There are only a dozen tubes available so don’t sleep on this opportunity to support Groovesafe!
PhanArt will bring together more than 30 artists for the 2018 New Year’s run Phanart Show, held on Saturday, December 29th at the Hotel Penn (across the street from MSG) from 12-5p. Admission is free with tubes for purchase, along with an extensive variety of clothing, posters, pins, memorabilia and much, much more. Check out the exclusive items from these artists and vendors – they are a small sampling of the hundreds items for sale on December 29!
Phish Fans for Racial Equality (PHRE)
Paul’s “Fox Chillin MSG Holiday Run 2018″ measures 13″ x 19” and is a digital print on 100lb satin stock. This LE of 75 signed and numbered prints are vibrant with saturated colors and great detail. The cost is $25 and available at the PhanArt table when you enter the Gold Room.
Mayumi Ichikawa (Possumayu)
Pins, Prints, Slaps, Attire – So many not to be missed Limited Edition exclusives for Blast-O-Plasts first Phanart Show.
Non-Dualistic Designs by Thomas Nelson
Don’t miss some unique apparel and prints available only at Phanart’s Hotel Penn Show.
Don’t miss the Limited Edition Pins from Mitty Art at The Hotel Penn Phanart Show.
Sloth Yoga Leggings will get you linger and relaxed.
Phunk Your Face
Fishman Ski Goggles. A must have for the mountain this winter.
Dave’s New Year’s Eve print, ‘Libby’, is an edition of 50 measuring 11″x15″
The Slothy Llama
Blazin’ Donuts presents a new, original interpretation: Glue in Your Magnet. Come visit this design and all the wearable fabric art, blazin’ dyes and now silkscreens.
The Hotdog cart
2018 NYC Phanart Hot Dog Cart” from artist Dave Thomas is a 5 color 5″x7″ linocut print made for the PhanArt show on December 29 in New York City. The print is an edition of 40 and is signed and numbered.
In an unprecedented collaboration between an academic journal and live music community, Phish.net, the Philosophy School of Phish, and the Public Philosophy Journal (PPJ) are soliciting abstracts for essays about the improvisational rock band Phish, its music, and fans. Selected papers that successfully complete the PPJ’s Formative Peer Review process will be published in a special issue of the Public Philosophy Journal, co-edited by Dr. Stephanie Jenkins (Oregon State University, assistant professor of Philosophy) and Charlie Dirksen (Mockingbird Foundation, Vice President and Associate Counsel).
Contributors may submit abstracts on any topic of philosophical significance related to the Phish phenomenon. Proposed essays should explore philosophical questions, problems, concepts, themes, or historical figures through connections to the music and fan culture of Phish. Topics may include, but are not limited to:
Aesthetics: beautiful; sublime; emotion
Music, performance, and lyrics: conceptual themes; Gamehendge mythology; improvisational ethos; live performance; music ontology; narrations; gags
Ethics: “phan” ethos; ticket trading and secondary market; tarping; environmental impacts of tour
Politics: fan counterculture; activism; issues of race, gender, sexuality, disability, class, and religion
Phenomenology: embodiment; lived experience of jams, “IT,” lighting, or concert space
Technology: recording; social media; RFID data and surveillance; live streaming; tape trading
This special issue is part of a PPJ pilot project that aims to reconfigure the relationship between the academy and the public. To this end, the editors seek proposals for essays that will be of interest to both audiences. You do not have to be a professional scholar or philosopher to submit.
Please submit abstracts of 250-500 words and a brief bio via this Google form. Your abstract should summarize your proposed essay, outline its argument, and identify its significance to both Phish fans and scholars new to the band.
Submissions should demonstrate the following PPJ style criteria:
Relevance: Responds to an issue of concern to the Phish community
Accessibility: Written clearly for a general audience, with technical terms and concepts unpacked. Does not assume previous knowledge of the band.
Intellectual coherence: Provides evidence to support arguments and identifies theoretical concepts that illuminate the philosophical problem, question, or idea under consideration
Scholarly engagement: Demonstrates awareness of ongoing dialogues within relevant scholarly and/or community conversations
Completed essays will be approximately 2000-4000 words. Formatting and citations should follow the guidelines set in the Chicago Manual of Style (17th edition).
Abstracts due: January 18, 2019
Completed papers due: April 15, 2019
Questions can be addressed to:
Dr. Stephanie Jenkins
Oregon State University, School of History, Philosophy, and Religion