Homer is getting ready for the Baker’s Dozen. Eric Voigt designed this shirt sharing: “When I first heard about the Baker’s Dozen run, I immediately thought of Homer’s obsession with donuts, Phish’s 12/06/96 YEM vocal jam (donuts, I love donuts…), and the secret language Simpsons tease. With the history between Phish and The Simpson’s, I thought the two went together hand in hand and I was inspired to combine the two ideas into a design. Can’t wait for tour to start and will see you all in the Big Apple soon enough! ”
Shirzad has created “Simple,” a poster measuring 11″ x 23″ in a limited edition run of 31. The artwork is based an original painting entitled “Simple,” with added text for the weekend’s Phish shows at Madison Square Garden. Prints will be available at for “Skyscraper is Grand” presented by PhanArt, for $25.
The original artwork of “Simple”, an acrylic on canvas painting, will be on display and for sale at Skyscraper is Grand.
Blank Space has announced an interactive musical symposium celebrating author Wally Holland’s recent book “A Live One.” The event will take place at City Winery on Saturday January 9, 2016, in between Phish’s New Years run and Mayan Riveria shows.
Musicologist Jake Cohen and journalist/ artist Mike Hamad will join Wally for a discussion and live mapping of the music from “A Live One.” The event will be webcast by Relix and Wyllys will perform a short DJ set.
There will be copies of “A Live One” available for purchase at the event with author signings at various times throughout the evening. Mike Hamad will have setlist map prints of “Tweezer > Prince Caspian” from Magna Ball available for purchase as well.
Here is AJ Masthay’s preliminary sketch for this year’s New Year run at Madison Square Garden titled “I Don’t Want a Goldfish”. This print will be an impressive 11 colors in an edition of only 150 with a limited number of variants. While this is the bands 30th anniversary, this new years is AJ’s 20th anniversary following the band! (His first show was 12/29/93 in New Haven, CT). For this print, he really attempted to capture the joy, chaos, and excitement that we’re all addicted to.
This amazing print is will be available Wednesday, December 18th at 12 noon EST. This print is $40, with a 2 print limit and $8.50 for shipping. Buy this print here!
A New Years Run in NYC isn’t complete without a little YEMSG love! A new batch of 2″ x 2″ stickers have been printed up for the fall. so pick them up today! These stickers are smaller than the previous size, and the price has been adjust accordingly.
From the great minds at PhanArt and the talented designs of Jiggs, we bring you a limited time offer for the newest sticker available on lot this coming NYE Run….
The inspiration for these stickers came at about the 12:24 mark of the YEM at MSG 12/4/09.
Sleeping Monkey NYC
Above is a preview of the Art poster LMP is releasing in conjunction with the Phish New Years concerts at Madison Square Garden in New York City. The poster is the last in a series of “train” themed posters that Michael Ortiz and Jonathan Lamb of Like Minded Productions. This limited edition series is numbered out of 40 and are giclee prints done on 210 gram Textured fine art paper, measuring 17″ x 22″. Each print is signed and numbered by Michael Ortiz. Prints are available at $30 + $10 for shipping. (When you click “Add to Cart” you can go to “checkout” to complete your order.)
Buy here: http://michaelortizart.com
Cory Schwartz, a Phish fan and photographer is looking for Phish fans in the greater NYC area to take part in a documentary project that he is undertaking through the first half of 2012. What he is seeking to do is to photograph fans in their natural environment, whether it be work or home, capturing what aspects of the band carry on outside of the show. Below, Cory shares his project with fans.
The project idea is about the Phan and how they choose to embrace this love for the band. We all have the posters on the wall and the t-shirts from tour after tour, but maybe you are someone who has a whole lot of stuff. Maybe its the room full of posters or the car plastered with bumper stickers. This is not something that is strictly limited to ones house though, this is something that can spill out into everyday life, in the environment that one creates for themselves, maybe this passion spills into the work place and the desk is adorned with trinkets. I want to photograph the Phan in his environment and show how this is a way of living, not something that stops at the last note played at the convert venue.
If you think this is something that you would be interested in investing some time in and allowing me to photograph you I ask that you please email me at coryhschwartz at gmail.com for additional information and we can discuss the project more in depth. My vision is to bring this passion to life in photographs. Thanks for your time and I do look forward to working with some of you.
This project is supported by PhanArt and fans in the greater NYC area are encouraged to get in touch with Cory, helping him to create a visual record of who we are when we aren’t at a Phish show.
Update from Cory 1/30 6:50 pm
“I just wanted to say a quick thanks to Pete for his support on this project. In the short time the message has been out there, the response has already been great, so thank you to all that have begun to reply! I have received a large amount of emails and I’m beginning to go through them now, please know that I will do my best to get back to everyone and please keep sending them if you wish to be a part of this project.”
New Years has been announced, and it is official. Phish is going to…….
It started in New York City, now its happening all around the country and the world, now its coming back home to MSG to end the year. Phish will ring in their 6th New Years at The World’s Most Famous Arena. Be the first to pick up these stickers created by Jiggs, 1 for $3, 2 for $5, 5 for $10, shipping free as always
Ben Whitesell’s last print for 2011 captures the iconic image of New York City, The Empire State Building in a vivid graphic while highlighting the lyrics to Simple in the process. You can read a great amount of detail on Ben’s blog. The poster is printed on 100% cotton rag Epson Velvet Fine Art Paper (a nice heavy textured paper) using Epson archival inks and measures 13″ x 19″. The poster is a limited edition of 20, signed and numbered by the artist and costs $20 plus s+h. Pick one up at Moving the Merch