TRiPP has made some killer Phish and Panic posters over the years, but for The Disco Biscuits 5 night run in late December, he’s outdone himself!
Each print is hand silk screened in acrylic ink, with a naturally occurring glow in the dark phosphorescent ink. The individual posters each measure 10″ x 22″ and are printed on cotton watercolor paper using all archival materials. The five piece set fits together and when framed leaves two perfect spaces for adding your ticket stubs if so desired! Due to the unique process used during the production of these prints involving blending of colors to create new colors, the colors shown on the screen are approximate and may vary slightly from the finished prints. Each set is designed, produced, individually signed and numbered by TRiPP.
Pre sale ends December 17th, order your prints here!
Jeremy Lebediker, a long-time Phish phan (since back in the late 80’s) is an artist and art educator originally from Syracuse, New York. Mr. Lebediker’s paintings and drawings have been displayed throughout the New York capital region and have been featured at the Varga Visionary Art Gallery in New York, and the Mimosa Gallery in New York. His work has also been displayed at the esteemed Woodstock School of Art and at the Saratoga Arts Council Gallery.
Many originals are for sales and commission work is welcomed. Additional work can be viewed on www.redbubble.com/people/lebediker
Contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org
These paintings were originally created in acrylic for the 2009 summer tour. It measures 8X10 and is signed. The prints are matted and created using archival ink.
The prints are $30 each with free shipping or $100 for all 4 plus $10 shipping. 10% of each sale goes to The Mockingbird Foundation
Jonathon Blake, also known by his stage name CrazyRedBeard, is an independent artist that currently resides in Charlottesville, Virginia. Largely self taught, Blake primarily creates paintings in live music settings to many different types of bands up and down the east coast and beyond. Inspired by watching the New Orleans live painter, Frenchy while attending Particle’s late night set at Bonnaroo 2, Blake went home with a vision of attempting this style of creation in his own unique fashion.
Since his first live painting with the DJ Williams Projekt in Richmond, VA, Blake has worked with many and varying artist including Particle, the Everyone Orchestra featuring Jon Fishman, U-Melt, The Heavy Pets, The Juggling Suns, EOTO, Perpetual Groove, Lotus, Tea Leaf Green, Buzz Universe, Orchard Lounge, Biodiesel, The Breakfast, The Ryan Montbleau Band, Natural Breakdown, The McLovins, Basshound and many, many others.
Painting Live with Particle 4/21/07
Jon’s prints as seen in the gallery below are all available for sale. You can check them out also on his site – crazyredbeard.com
All other prints seen here and on his site are matted and framed prints, measure 10 x 13 and are safely wrapped and packaged in boxes. All of thePhish related posters are 14 x 20. Framed and matted prints are $60 + shipping/handling. All posters are printed on 4/0 100# glossy text paper. Posters are all mailed in postal tubes.
Jon is running a special on his remaining Hampton reunion prints. They are $15 each or $40 for all three. Additionally, he is also running a special on the Hampton 3/6/09 setlist poster for $15.
The Hampton triptychs are limited edition, signed and numbered (306 for night 1, 307 for night 2 and 308 for night 3). The Hampton setlist poster is signed by the artist.
If you are interested in the larger giclees or multiple prints, we suggest that you contact Jon directly at email@example.com With the holidays upon us, deals are to be had and made, so do not hesitate to contact Jon.
Check out the art Jon Blake has for sale as prints, posters or the original piece of art itself!
Driven by the immediacy of the live music environment, Blake attempts to channel the energy, emotion and feeling of the moment, highlighting an interconnectivity of seemingly unrelated or unrelatable objects. Described by fans as “Dali and a graffiti artist in a blender” and “Picasso on acid,” Blake creates largely abstract, yet formative works that are often highly psychedelic in nature.
Having exhibited in NYC, New York, Virginia, Pennsylvania and at festivals all across the country, Blake feels blessed and thankful for the adventure, friends and music that the life as a live artist has provided. He hopes to share his art with as many people as possible and for many years to come.