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The Grateful Book of Letters

The Grateful Book of Letters is the third book written by Pete Mason and illustrated by artist Ryan Kerrigan. Children of all ages can take a trip through the alphabet with Grateful Dead inspired references for each letter. The book features full color pages and a coil binding, perfect for ages 2-6.

The book costs $16 which includes free shipping and free stickers. Order one below, or pick up a copy of The alPHabet Book: From Antelope to Zero or A Well Traveled Dog in the PhanArt Store. The books will ship on May 1.




Exclusive Art Available at the PhanArt Shows this December 29 & 30

At the PhanArt shows on December 29 at Hotel Penn and December 30 at American Beauty, you’ll find a wider array of musically inspired art like never before! Here is a sampling, updated up until the day before the shows, with some of the selections that you can find at the shows.

Isadora Bullock

“Circuits in Between” is a 4-color linocut limited edition of only 100 available only at the PhanArt show on the 29th.

Ryan Kerrigan

Ryan will have MSG 2016-17 Happy Fish t-shirts and tanks for $20 each, in sizes Small through 3XL in a very limited edition.

The Overhead View

The first poster from Bryan Kirk, this is a digital poster in a run of 50, cost is $25 each. He will also have Westworld “You’ll Never Get Out of This Maze” tee shirts.

Blazin Donuts

Blazin Donuts is a new twist on donuts that melt into your experience! Featuring t-shirts, onesies, bandanas, skirts and unveiling flannel mumus, yoga pants, camisole tanks and thigh high socks st YEMSG!

East Coasters

East Coasters makes custom coasters & mats from upcycled wetsuit material that would otherwise end up in the trash. Each mat keeps approximately 2 Lbs of rubber from the landfill. Made in the U.S.A..

415HolyGuyArt

A first time exhibitor at a PhanArt show, sticker combos and Disco Ball Pins are among the items available from 415HolyGuyArt.

Paul DiLena Designs

Paul DiLena creates 3D images that are cut and folded digital prints that add a dimension of sacred geometry to the subject. They change, morph and fractalize as you move your point of view and as the light in the room changes. They hold they attention of the viewer as a rich and ever changing art piece. Smaller (8″ x 11″) pieces will be on special for $40 with larger size (11.5″ x 16.5″) on discount for $80. Larger commissioned pieces are also available, with a raffle held throughout the day.

Phunk Your Face

The guys from Phunk Your Face will have shirts including Heavy Things/Stranger Things, Donut Lightning Bolt, and Roggae Rangers among others, plus Donut + Rage Side Piano key sunglasses, Guitar Picks + Guitar Picks Earrings, stickers, Temporary Tattoos and much more! Bonus – check out the art of Avril Kumar, exclusively on December 30th!

BagiTagit

Just like the name sounds, BagiTagit will feature lanyards, luggage tags, drawstring bags and much more!

Baba Cool

One-of-a-kind shades are exclusives from Baba Cool, with dozens of styles to choose from!

Funky B Boutique

Catering to the lovely ladies of the Phish scene, female artists will be featured, showcasing their talents of original fine art paintings, prints, jewelry, shirts and panties by Nicoelle Danielle Designs. Subtle Scents will have aromatherapy mists and roll ons made by Dana and some super funky ruffle leggings, bootie shorts, and tops and a sexy summer dress perfect for Phish Riviera Maya made by Paola at Chacabraka.

Announcing the Lineups for PhanArt shows on December 29 & 30 in NYC

PhanArt returns to New York City this holiday season with TWO shows during Phish’s New Year’s run at Madison Square Garden.

On December 29th, PhanArt brings more than 20 artists together at The Hotel Pennsylvania for Skyscraper is Grander. The following day, PhanArt will feature 10 artists along with Formula 5 at American Beauty for a pre-show event from 3-7pm, hosted by Live for Live Music. Both shows are free to attend. Hotel Penn is located across 7th Avenue from MSG while American Beauty 251 W. 30th Street.

Held in The Gold Room at The Hotel Pennsylvania, located across the street from Madison Square Garden, PhanArt will bring together a variety of vendors and artists exhibiting exclusive Phish-inspired posters, pins, shirts and unique wares. Admission to this event day long event (12pm-6pm) is FREE.

The lineup for Skyscraper is Grander includes a wide array of artists from across the country and always expanding Phish art community. Longtime Phish artists The Art of Ryan Kerrigan,  Isadora Bullock, Brian Bojo, Stupindous Creations, The Overhead View, Setlist Tees, Jerry4theKids, Original Bootleg, Ariane Davis, Phunk Your Face, Blazin Donuts, His End was the Road, Fred Sutter and Pop Pop’s Terrapin Station all return for another installment of PhanArt, featuring limited edition goods, clothing, posters, pins, stickers and much more.

First time artists include Funky B Boutique, Paul Dilena Designs, East Coasters, Lady with a Phan, 415HolyguyArt, Baba Cool and BagiTagit, each bringing something new to the show, including clothing, posters, pins, patches, fans, apparel and much more.

The Mockingbird Foundation, which has awarded grants for music education totaling more than $900,000 over the past 15 years, will feature prints from The Phish Companion 3rd Edition, where Phish’s 33-year career is interpreted by top artists including David Welker, Justin Helton, DKNG and AJ Masthay.

JEMP Radio will be broadcasting live from the show on the 29th, featuring a selection of funk that sets the tone for the day.

For the first time, shipping from the PhanArt show will be available, along with tubes to purchase. A station will be setup for fans to purchase postage and tubes, and ship items purchased at the show home.

The December 30th show features 10 artists while Upstate New York jam band Formula 5 performs two sets of music. The art show begins at 3pm, with Formula 5 hitting the stage from 4-7pm. The band recently celebrated a successful Kickstarter campaign for their third studio album and put on an energetic, rock improv show to get you warmed up for Phish at MSG later that night.

Artists for the show on the 30th include The Art of Ryan Kerrigan, MYFE. Designs, Funky B Boutique, The Overhead View, Phunk Your Face, Original Bootleg, Pop Pop’s Terrapin Station, 415HolyguyArt and more!

The eclectic artists featured at this event show the broad scope of Phish related art and capture the inspiration of the band in their art. Phish’s creative fan base makes amazing art inspired by the band, their music and the locales they play.

In keeping with the great tradition and success of past art shows, Skyscraper is Grander will offer free entry to all patrons with poster tubes available for purchase. Special edition works only available at the show can be viewed on PhanArt.net and acquired exclusively at the PhanArt show.

PhanArt exhibitions have been held in Philadelphia, Atlantic City, Chicago, Las Vegas and Miami since 2013 and represent a continued effort to promote and exhibit original and unique concert art from a wide variety of artists. The biggest year of PhanArt began in New York City on January 2nd and culminates with the 6th and 7th PhanArt shows of the 2016.

Mockingbird Opens the Foundation’s Art Archives, Celebrates The Phish Companion with Special Show-Low Prices

The Mockingbird Foundation is delighted to be part of the upcoming PhanArt Show at The Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas.

As Fall Tour comes to an end, we wanted to extend a sincere thank you to the art community and PhanArt for its support of The Phish Companion, 3rd Edition these past few months.

To celebrate and show our appreciation, in addition to selling copies and taking orders of the new Phish Companion at our event rate of $39 (includes free shipping), we’ll be cracking open the Foundation’s art archives including the few remaining stashed-away copies of some of our most coveted prints.

What does that mean?

Amazing new art from top artists created just for Mockingbird! Experience Ryan Kerrigan’s new “Evolution of a Costume”—a celebration of the Phish Halloween tradition—makes its debut. We’ll have Isadora Bullock’s “Out of Control,” a stunning linocut print. And if you haven’t seen AJ Masthay’s stunning new “No Future at All,” brace yourself, because when AJ does Gamehendge, faces are going to melt. Both Isadora and Ryan will be on-site meeting fans and adding custom remarques (art talk for “doodles”), and we’ll even try to bring a few hard to find AJ variants! (Including the copper foil.)

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We’re also bringing along some nice stacks of the eight glorious prints created to illustrate The Phish Companion. Even those that have been long sold out online will be available at amazingly low show-special prices. Get there early, as we’ll have a few complete sets of 8 at a great low price. Welker, Masthay, Status/Helton, Duvall—we’re bringing plenty and pricing them to celebrate, and once they’re gone, they’ll no longer be available.

We even found a few Welker foils, the scarce Welker Glow in the Dark art print, and even AJ’s rare foil variant (only available last year at PhanArt Philly). We’ve dug even deeper to find a handful of AJ’s groundbreaking “Famous Mockingbird” and his brilliant take Tahoe as Gamehendge, plus our coveted BoyerArt jerseys (featuring art from Welker and Masthay)—this special Halloween sale will deliver the meat at bone low prices!

The Companion will be on sale at our show-low price, and every book bought includes a print from the archives. Special bundles will add poster variants, Welker/Masthay jerseys and other new READ THE BOOK items. With books selling quickly and quantities very limited, there is no better time to support Mockingbird (letting us help kids make music!), with a book and art that every Phish fan will love and appreciate, it’s a great time to start your holidaze shopping!

The Phish Companion team could never have delivered what many consider the best Phish book yet without the tremendous support of the contributing writers, artists and photographers. We’ll be featuring several of them at the show (Jason Kaczorowski will be meeting fans and signing photos at 1:30, and AZN Pics and Jake Silco Photography will also be featured, with photo and canvas photo prints (generously donated by the photographers) being sold to benefit Mockingbird.

PhanArt show attendees are encouraged to make a donation to The Mockingbird Foundation while at the show. Every donation receives a chance to win an hourly drawing hosted by Mockingbird, including an “Ultimate Phish Companion” grand prize giveaway at the end of the show.

As always, all proceeds benefit The Mockingbird Foundation to support children’s music education. We hope to see you there!

Exclusive Art available at PhanArt Las Vegas, October 29 at Brooklyn Bowl

We’re just over a week away from PhanArt Las Vegas, presented by Relix Magazine at Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas on October 29 from 1-6pm. Here is a sampling of the exclusive art that you will find at the show. This post will be continually updated through next week, so check back  to see what special deals and artwork are available!

Brian Hill

Hill’s “Big Boat” Vegas is a 3 color silkscreen print with a glow in the dark light green. 15″ x 22″, $20 each for this Limited Edition of 100

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Brian Bojo
Bojo’s “Zoltar” is a 4 color screenprint available on white paper (100 lb cougar) or on gold and silver foils. 18″x24″, $20/$40  signed and numbered.
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Isadora Bullock

Isadora’s “Axilla”  comes in a main edition of 125 with three other variants in store.

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Mark Serlo

Mark’s Halloween poster uses four-colors of ink with metallics in an edition of 150 on white paper and an edition of 50 on foil.vegas3

Ryan Kerrigan

2016 vegas happy fish shirts, edition of 35 unisex t’s and 15 ladies tanks, $20 each. Plus check out Ryan’s “Evolution of a Costume” poster at The Mockingbird Foundation’s table!

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Drivenpunk Glass

Drivenpunk offers “Phandora” bracelets, unique charms for shows on a sterling bangle bracelet, and for the first time these bangles will have show dates on the backs of the charms. Here’s one from last summer, put together by a Phan named Sally.

Andrew Bryant

Bringing with him a bevy of ‘Band in Steam’ designs, Andrew Bryant presents his first ever high quality art print. A limited edition of 150, measures 26″ x 10″ and printed with archival inks on textured canvas paper.

Other goodies include ‘Band in Steam’ glitter bombed fridge magnet (LE150), ‘Band in Steam’ glitter bombed pin (LE150), and the final three pins in the 13 pin set commemorating the Thrilling Chilling Sounds of the Haunted House set from 2014 – Haunted House in Lights (LE150), Water Torture (LE150) and Pet Cat (LE150). Andrew will also have summer tour leftovers, sock drawer items and Tomahawk County belt buckles.

Super Rad Cape Company

Designed by Sarah from SRCC and Sam from Heady Hats, these Cactus hats will be released at the PhanArt show and cost $35 each.

Phresh Art

Find these exclusive Las Vegas pins at the first show featuring Phresh Art!

555 Gold Pin – multiple color glitter, a collaboration between Tony Averson and Lewis Baden. Measures 2½”  x 1½” , edition of 120. $25 each

Glow in the Dark Vegas Ph16h Pin – crafted on black nickel, a collaboration between Tony Averson and Lewis Baden. Edition of 120, $20 each

Catphish Jon Pin – silver w/ blue glitter. Edition of 120, $15 each

Isadora Bullock

Esteemed printmaker Isadora Bullock has created a gorgeous art print for The Mockingbird Foundation to celebrate the recent publication of The Phish Companion, 3rd Edition. “Out of Control” is a four-color linocut reduction print, in a signed and numbered edition of 150. All proceeds benefit music education for kids.

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Jon Rose

“Woke the Witch” is a tribute to the song “Axilla,” and the Halloween Tradition of ‘That Band From Vermont’. Rose tried to imagine the scene from the following passage: “I woke the witch with reverence reserved for serpents, snails, and slugs” in designing the poster.

“MGM Lionfish” – Single layer woodblock print made with spraypaint and oil based inks and printed on Mohawk Superfine Paper. Edition of 20 gold & 20 red with surprise variants available only at the PhanArt show.

The first layer is a metallic gold spray paint, followed by a subtle split fountain of red to orange, then a final layer of black.  A hand carved, reduction cut, woodblock print printed with an etching press on Mohawk Superfine Acid Free Archival paper. Measures 20.5″ by 10″, signed and numbered in an edition of 100. A variant edition will be located at the WaterWheel table inside the venue.

Pre-Stamped Block Printed Postcards are hand carved and pressed and pre-stamped, just fill them out and drop in the mailbox! 2 for $5

Terry Werner

Dog Face Boy Fall Tour $20 (12″ x 32″)
Fluffhead Fall Tour $20 (12″ x 32″)
Wolfman’s Brother MGM Vegas $30 (16″ x 32″)
All posters are watercolor wash lithographs printed on 100lb natural cover stock printed in Great Falls, Montana.

Michael Boyer

“Phall Tour 2016: Wilson” is a 7 color sparkle-ink screen-print on paper, edition of 300, signed and numbered for $35.
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Marc Fleet

Flex fit CK5 hats – $20 each, sizes S/M and L/XL

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San PhranArt Show Lineup Announced!

The first PhanArt show on the West Coast, a San PhranArt Show will be held at Mezzanine, a few blocks away from Bill Graham Arena. This show will be held on July 19th from 12-5pm and will feature more than 20 artists and vendors exhibiting a wide variety of unique and Phish inspired creations.11x17_SanFran

The doors open at 12PM with free admissions and tubes for sale.Featuring the art of The Art of Ryan Kerrigan, Super Rad Cape Co., TRiPPs Prints, Isadora Bullock, The Mockingbird Foundation, Ant Pharms Tour Pins and Designs, Fred Sutter, Level 42, Drivenpunk Glass and many more!

There is a Cash Bar for those over 21.  More details can be found here

Later that night, Pink Talking Fish bring their fusion of Phish, Talking Heads and Pink Floyd to Mezzanine. Get your tickets to the show early!

The PhanArt Coloring Book

The PhanArt Coloring Book, Vol. 1, is a a collaboration between Jamie Huntsman (Artistic Director, Headcount) and Pete Mason (PhanArt), bringing together artists Andrew Abis, Bryan Boj, Eric Hanson, Jiggs, Ryan Kerrigan, Lizzy Layne, Drew Suto and Terry Werner to create an all ages coloring book of Phish-inspired drawings. The coloring book for all ages costs $5

All proceeds from the sale of The PhanArt Coloring Book  after Etsy/Paypal fees benefits The Mockingbird Foundation. Get your copy today!

Order a Donut Bikini and get a copy of the PhanArt Coloring Book with your order!

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Artist Interview Project Part 2: Ryan Kerrigan

In the next Artist Interview Project post, we’ll highlight a second Oregon-based artist. In this interview, you’ll read about the art of Ryan Kerrigan.  The first part of this entry includes a student’s reflective summary of the interview. It is followed by the full interview text.

Learn more about the Artist Interview Project course assignment in Dr. Jenkins’ introduction to the series. You can follow the Philosophy School of Phish on Facebook, Twitter (@phishedu), and the course’s public website.

You can check out Ryan Kerrigan’s artwork on Facebook and his professional website

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Phish has developed a large, devoted fan base through their creative, improvisational music. A unique, devoted community unites “phans” into what John Drabinksi calls an “occasional community,” which is a community created by people who occupy one temporary place. Influenced by Phish’s music, phan artists have transformed the band’s musical expression into other artistic mediums. One such artist is Ryan Kerrigan. As a teen, he was captivated by the creativity of Phish, in particular the song Divided Sky. He instantly began touring with the band.

In 1999, Ryan transitioned from phan to phan-artist with the creation of his first poster. The reception from phans was incredible, which led him to continue creating work that is representative of the touring experience, with a direct connection to each venue.

Kerrigan begins each creation with pencil/marker. The artwork then progresses with the addition of watercolor. His original designs are transformed into other formats such as pins and prints. Ryan creates a vibrant aesthetic experience that phans can carry with them to remember Phish’s concerts.

The German philosopher Immanuel Kant would describe Ryan’s work as beautiful, because his art uses colors in their simplest and purest of form. The beauty that Kant refers to can be found throughout the work of Kerrigan, whose designs use a combination of pure and impure colors to create balance and unity. Kerrigan finds connection to great artists like Salvador Dali, for his free thought within surrealist works. He is also inspired by Maxfield Parish’s creation of dreamlike imagery and Peter Max’s use of vibrancy. You can see these influences in Kerrigan’s “Happy Fish” designs as they guide you through a geographical journey of the summer 2015 Phish tour. The Bend, OR (July 21, 22) Happy Fish depicts forest scenery, while the blue tones of the Watkins Glen, NY (August 21-23) invoke images of water.

Kerrigan’s work fascinates its observer. You can easily get lost in his skillful use of color, including soft to vibrant tones, and the flowing text that creates the finished fish form. Kerrigan’s designs embody the uniqueness and freedom of Phish’s music. The aesthetic experience resulting from an encounter with Kerrigan’s creations is one that Leo Tolstoy would describe as pleasure and joy.

When asked to describe the most inspiring aspect of being part of the Phish community, Kerrigan referred to the continued growth that comes from constantly creating new works. He works in small, limited editions so that his creative power can evolve. His favorite creation is always his “next one,” because he sees his growth and change as essential to his artistic process and Phish’s music. Ryan’s artwork creates external, concrete representations of Phish’s music that phans find infectious, to use Tolstoy’s terminology. While I don’t consider myself a phan, I have found a real connection to Kerrigan’s “Happy Fish” designs.

Interview Transcript

When you first became acquainted with Phish what was it that made you want to become part of that community?

I first began hearing about Phish towards the end of high school (Manchester, NH). Somebody I worked with made me a mixed tape. It was actually Junta re-arranged in the order of her favorite songs! Divided Sky happened to be the first tune on there and I was immediately hooked. The next summer I got to see my first show (7/19/91 Casino Ballroom, Hampton, New Hampshire… Shockra opened up!). Hearing the music the first time, I was in love…hearing/seeing it live for the first time, I was forever captured.

As an artist what is your current relationship with Phish community?

I began creating music posters while in college (Penn State 90-94). While touring heavily in those years, we didn’t yet see a true lot scene where one might buy or sell artwork. It was beer and grilled cheese for the most part at that point. Summer of 1999 I created my first print to be shown on tour. It was very well received and the whole tour printing took off from there. The Phish community is so receptive to creative thinking and that extends through the visual arts you see represented throughout the tour.

When it comes to creating the different aspects of your work– from the drawings to the pins– do you make the drawing first and then transfer the work to different formats?

Everything I create starts with the drawing, hand touching paper, pen, marker, and watercolor added for color. The finished paintings are scanned or photographed and then printed.

Your style of work uses a lot of color and is very graphic. Do you have a favorite artist who has influenced your style and aesthetic?

There are so many, the masters of the 60’s poster scene are heroes just because of what they did, reviving/inventing an entire scene of art lovers within the music community (Tuten, Singer, Conklin, Mouse, Wilson, Griffin), Dali for his free thought, Maxfield Parrish for his dreamlike palette, Peter Max for his vibrancy, Georgia O’keefe for her simplistic power, and the 1970’s Saturday morning cartoons of my youth for their playfulness.

When you were creating your current work for the Phish summer tour how did you come about the decision to use the repeated element of the fish and the text throughout to make the body?

I generally like to create something entirely fresh for each project, often incorporating something geographically relevant to that particular show. I starting creating the “Happy Fish” in 2009 (just a couple) then went big with them in 2011, when I created one for every venue on tour. My mom really loved the early ones and suggested I do a whole series of them…moms always know, right? So that’s what I did in 2011. People dug them. That’s the year I began making pins of the fishes, which has now become a 4 year series of pins. This summer I decided to bring back the happy fish posters for each venue. I love them as pins, but its fun to see them as big posters!

What is the most inspiring thing about being involved with the Phish community?

The continued growth…

Everything I create is a limited edition and I like to keep the editions small. The reason for that is that I like to produce a lot of work, so I like to turn it over quickly. That way I get to move on to the next thing, the next piece. People ask me all the time, “What’s your favorite piece you’ve done?” I always say “the next one.” Being an artist is about constantly creating and recreating, and no clearer example of that is this band we follow around. Is it possible that the band we love is just now approaching their prime? Sure seems like it…and watching how their art fosters creative thinking in all aspects of our community, inspiration abounds.

The Alphabet Book, For Little Phans: From Antelope to Zero

ACOVERThe first Phish book for children, The Alphabet Book, for Little Phans: From Antelope to Zero, is a journey through the alphabet, helping early readers learn the letters with Phishy references to each. Illustrated by Ryan Kerrigan with story by Pete Mason, blue coil binding protects this book perfect for phans age 2-6. Price includes shipping. Order one this holiday season for friends and phamily!




Meet the Artists of “In All Good Company”, Part 1

With “In All Good Company” coming up very quickly, it’s time to meet some of the great artists who will have their work on display and for sale at what is shaping up to be the largest Grateful Dead Art Show, ever.

Final LineupOver the next week, you’ll be able to get to know the confirmed artists that will be on hand and what days they will be exhibiting their art. Limited editions, rare items, ‘Fare Thee Well’ inspired art and anything from posters to pins, tye-dies to photography can be found at the show, as well as Summer Camp’s ‘Make a Difference’ table which will have items for sale to benefit a local charity and The Mockingbird Foundation while holding a raffle for tickets, art and much more. Read more about the event here and plan to stop by July 3rd, 4th and 5th from 12-6pm at Congress Plaza Hotel, 1 mile north of Soldier Field on Michigan Avenue

Looking at this photo, Soldier Field is one mile to the left of Congress Plaza, a very short walk and on the way to the show!
Looking at this photo, Soldier Field is one mile to the left of Congress Plaza, a very short walk and on the way to the show!

The Art of Ryan Kerrigan

First up is Ryan Kerrigan, with limited edition posters, canvases, pins, stickers and various other ephemera on display at this installment from PhanArt Presents. On display will be Ryan’s first (Fare Thee Well) and second (Silver Stealie) officially licensed Grateful Dead pins, as well as a brand new canvas entitled “Here Comes Sunshine”, a 9″x9″ edition of 50. Additionally Ryan will have Chicago and Santa Clara ‘Happy Fish’ pins, stickers and posters, plus an aquarium silk screened blacklight poster.

Dates Exhibiting: July 4

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Move Brightly

The official representatives of famed Tie-dye artist Courtenay Pollock, Move Brightly will have original Tie dye art panels on exhibit and for sale.

Dates Exhibiting: July 3, 4 & 5

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Michael Boyer

Chicago native Michael Boyer will have screen-printed foil posters as well as two Grateful Dead basketball jerseys for sale. The poster, is a 3-color, 18″ x 24″ screen-printed foil while the jerseys represent the Dire Wolves and Terrapins teams. Each jersey is individualized with non-repeating numbers just like a signed and numbered print.

Dates Exhibiting: July 3, 4 & 5

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S.A.W. Family Creations

It’s Christmas in July! With handmade ornaments made from recycled Christmas trees, S.A.W. Family Creations collect over 200 Christmas trees each year and make them into ornaments that are handmade, hand painted, and music inspired. Each ornament is one of a kind.

Dates Exhibiting: July 3, 4 & 5
IMG_3463Stay tuned for more info on more than 30 artists exhibiting at “In All Good Company” every day through July 2! See you in Chicago!