Pauly Pins: Bill Graham, Shafty, 4/2/98 Setlist and more!

Welcome to PhanArt Pauly Pins! Pauly has a nice variety of pins to offer, inspired by Phish and for sale on PhanArt and at all four California shows this month.

4/2/98 Nassau Setlist Pin

The old School notepad Setlist Pin features the classic show from The Island Tour, 4/2/98. The pin is in the limited edition of 100, each one numbered and with two backposts. The cost is $12 with $2 shipping











Sugar Shack is a limited edition pin in a series of 100, back-stamped with it’s number and double posted, measuring 1.5” on soft enamel. The concept of this pin came from Jen Mansky with artwork by Christopher Urban. The cost is $10 with $2 shipping











The Old Home Place/Mr. Ph Pin is a 1.5″ die struck soft-enamel pin with epoxy, glitter and two backs in a limited edition of 100. This pin is a tribute to Pauly’s favorite baseball team and favorite band. The cost is $15 with $2 shipping.











Shafty measures 1″ Vertically x 1.5″ Horizontally in a limited edition of 100 pins and uses 5 different glitter colors! The quote “The terrible thing about hell is that when your there you can’t even tell” is on the front of the pin. The cost is $10 with $2 shipping.











The Bill Graham Civic Auditorium was built in 1915 and has a lot to do with SF history as do the Bay Bridge, The Golden Gate Bridge and Sutro Tower, all real classy things, just like Phish. A three-night indoor light show as well, this pin was done working with Ryan Kerrigan. The pin is in a limited edition of 100, measures 3″ x 1.25″ and costs $20 with $3 shipping











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