Special thanks goes to the following artists who were featured on PhanArt in the past two months. They have been undoubtedly generous and their donations will in turn support the efforts of Mockingbird Foundation to promote music education throughout the country.
Isadora Bullock – Three 2009 posters (Red Rocks, Jones Beach, Philly) and three 2010 posters (Telluride, Deer Creek, Charleston)
Caimen’s latest piece for PhanArt is “Surrender to the Flow”, a prismacolor marker and pencil on paper printed on 8×10 glossy paper. Each is available for purchase for $12.00 including shipping. Other sizes are available on request, as this piece translates nicely to larger scales.
This most recent piece by Caimen Ruff is titled “20 Years Later”. Caimen was inspired to draw this after missing the MSG NYE run. The piece is as much about the 30 years of the band and 20 years of Caimen being a Phish head right along with them.
In this piece are several details that represent some of the lyrics. For instance the long road with the car is Caimen on tour, the upside down persons, the high mountains, the foundation, the 2 figures climbing the mountain, the one person hanging from cliff, the phish in the water surrounded by pebbles going with flow.
This is a fine art piece I drew using prismacolor markers and pencils.The original drawing measures 8 x 10. These are available printed on high quality glossy paper, signed $12.00 which includes shipping.
Last year we presented our first annual Heady Holiday Gift Guide. This year we add to this guide with an enormous amount of contributors and artists who have a wide range of gift ideas for you and your friends and family. Enjoy and share this site, you wont find these deals anywhere else, not even on Phish lot!
That unique design we all find familiar from a certain drummer is available in button form for only $3.20. You can order these by going to www.zazzle.com/katmama88
Stickers for PhanArt, always 1 for $3, 2 for $5. Specify which sticker you would like!
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Party Time Pins has some awesome deals on their pins, including Broomfield, Simple and our favorite, READICCULUS! Go here for more info and to order their pins.
Jiggs makes some of the most recognizable and creative shirt designs on the lot today. He has the following shirts available for $10 plus shipping. (Maze shirt is $15+s/h) Visit Jiggs Lotto pick up the shirts below!
Plus his WhaleCallers 1 for $3, 2 for $5 and Kuroda stickers are $1 each.
The first cookbook by Phish fans FOR Phish fans is available for purchase! PhanFood: From the Kitchen Pot to the Tour Lot is available at www.phanfood.comfor only $19.95
Erin Cadigan has some great deals on her New Years posters from 2009 as seen below. With only a few left, she has each for sale for $25 (50% off the original cost). You can pick those and her other art – Mandala stickers, Halloween 2010 and Phamily Poker Classic posters at her store here
From Caimen Ruff, her first poster from the Charleston shows. Only $35 and only 6 left!
Touropoly – Deluxe edition
For $35, get the original version of Touropoly in its own box on a high quality 16×20 game board mounted on your choice of colored corrugated plastic. Includes directions, dice, play money, game pieces, Karma & Luck cards, music venue cards, and 40 Pop Up vending tents and everything you need to play the best new game on lot! (Beer and other accessories not included) Go here to pick one up
Jami Dudenhoeffer Phish Lithograph
About this poster: This piece was done with Watercolors and India Ink. There are 350 of them and they are all signed, numbered and packaged in plastic. The prints were created Lithograph style and printed on archival semi-gloss 100lb paper. Dimensions are 18×24. Jami painted this one for Phish’s return in 2009. They have been sold from Hampton up until now. This Phish print will appear in the second edition of PhanArt: The Art of the Fans of Phish. To see more of Jami’s work you canvisit her etsy store. Cost is $35 for one, $60 for two with $6 priority shipping
Jami Dudenhoeffer Mike Gordon print
About this poster: This piece was done with Pen and India Ink. There are 420 of them and they are all signed, numbered and packaged in plastic. These were printed on archival, 100lb paper. Dimensions are 22×30. Jami has sold the Mike Gordon prints from coast to coast and online. This Gordo print will also appear in the second edition of PhanArt: The Art of the Fans of Phish. To see other work of Jami’s you can go to her etsy store. Cost is $35 for one, $60 for two with $6 priority shipping
This is the first of 4 consecutive auctions we will be holding for Mockingbird. We are aiming to meet our goal of $3000 raised total by the end of the year, and ask fans to support us in reaching this goal.
1. Vincenzo Naro’s hand drawn and extremely detailed poster features the pipe organ from Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City. The Devil is playing the organ below. This is entirely done in ink and pen by hand. The 12×16″ variants on 100lb. cover stock are $20.00 price includes shipping. Signed and numbered out of 200. A portion of the proceeds will go to Mockingbird.
2. Keith ‘Scramble’ Campbell made this artist proof design during the 12/31/95 Phish show at MSG in NYC. The drawing has the notation a/p for artist proof in the upper right hand corner with the artists signature and BE GOOD noted by the artist as well.
3. Caimen Ruff’s first poster featured The Palmetto and crescent moon are from the SC flag. The piece was created using prismacolor markers and pen on vellum and measures 11×17. There are 20 posters in this run and this is one of 3 remaining unsold.
4. MelanieJane Barnum’s fall tour print is done in watercolor and is from a limited edition of 9
5. Adam Miszewski’s first ever print celebrates the 10/29-31 run of shows in Atlantic City, NJ. This screen print is 11×17 and signed an d numbered. There are two versions of this poster: 80 orange/brown prints and 20 blue prints. This auction features the Orange/brown, not the blue one.
From Caimen Ruff, the first poster for the Charleston shows. Caimen has been a Phish fan since she was 15 and has been to around 100 shows since 1993. she loves Phish and has been working on her art lately so she decided to draw her first tour poster.
Named after the alligator, the iron work in the lettering are patterns I found in historic Charleston. The bridge is a newer bridge in Charleston that is beautiful. The guy in the corner, is a wookie or swamp thing? The Palmetto and crescent moon are from the SC flag. The piece was created using prismacolor markers and pen on vellum and measures 11×17. There are 20 posters in this run. Only 10 prints remain and are available exclusively on the PhanArt Blog