New from Grateful Art Designs are a series of drawings and stickers commemorating some of the bands most beloved tunes.
Each sticker starts as a drawing with pen, and then is digitally manipulated with Photoshop to add new colors. The image above is an example of the drawings, which are then transformed into the stickers below.
Current designs available are Free, Tweezer, You Enjoy Myself, Harry Hood, Slave to the Traffic Light, and a Steal Your Face.
For a closer look at individual stickers, and to purchase, please visit the artist’s website here. 10% of proceeds will be donated to the Mockingbird Foundation.
Hey Parents! Check out this original Phish inspired Onsie from the good folks over at Ebbleberry Designs. Got to admit, it’s gonna look pretty damn cute on your little one, right? Featuring Slave’s unmistakable lyrics, this onesie keeps it fun for the kids too with zoo animals among famous NYC buildings. Come on – who doesn’t love a giraffe.
This Onsie is printed with super-soft water based inks on 100% organic cotton, natural colored fabric so it won’t itch or irritate your pride and joy. And for only $15 – this one’s a steel! Click hereor on the image and order yours now!
Great thanks and appreciation goes to the following artists who were featured on PhanArt over August, September and October! With these donations, PhanArt and Friends has raised more than $3,000 for the 2013 calendar year and over $12,000 since August 2009 for The Mockingbird Foundation. Great thanks goes to the dozens of artists and supportive patrons who made this possible. Through their incredible generosity and spreading their art on PhanArt, these donations to The Mockingbird Foundation will help to promote music education throughout the country.
See the City – See the Zoo…You’ll see it all in the smart design of the new Slave Pin from Park McGee. This Limited Edition of 150 Pin is so rich with artistic detail that you can almost hear that familiar and anthemic call – “Sllaaaavvve” – as you read the letters across the lights. Look deeper and you’ll get lost in the pin’s subtle details of the City and Zoo where Traffic Lights walk on legs as masters controlling all with their lights. At 2 inches long and double posted, each detail is made more crisp by the hard enamel and silver finish. This pin is sure to move fast. Order yours now!
Pompeii Prints has some new Phish hats and some previously sold out designs are now back in stock. The new Lizard hat is on a New Era flat brim hat with the old school adjustable snap back, so one size fits all. Some old favorites such as Harpua, My Friend My Friend, Maze, Camel Walk, and Slave are all back in stock on various types of Flex Fit hats.
The styles of the hats include flat brims and regular curved hats, and are available in each design. The hats are available in two sizes S-M and L-XL. These hats are available at pompeiiprints.com and at Pompeii Prints it is free shipping on everything on the site!
Pompeii Prints also has two new pins, Goodnight Irene and Man of the Year
Goodnight Irene – 1.5 inch die struck soft enamel pin without epoxy, with color and two military clutch backs. Limited edition of 200 with individual numbering on each pin with back stamp. Only $9.99 with free shipping!
Man of the Year – 1.5 inch die struck soft enamel without epoxy, with color, two military clutch backs, limited edition of 100 with individual numbering on each pin with back stamp. Are You A Lebowski Achiever? Only $9.99, with free shipping!
“See the city, see the zoo…” This lyrically inspired hard enamel pin by stuPINdous creations measures 1.5 inches and features 5 colors with 4 cutouts. It is in a limited edition out of 100 and numbered and stamped on back with stuPINdous. Pins are $17 including shipping.
“…offer him some meat” Another lyrically inspired pin by the good pholks over at stuPINdous creations. This hard enamel pin measures 1.25 inches and features 3 colors and is on black nickel metal. It is in a limited edition of 100 and numbered and stamped on the back with stuPINdous. Meat Pin is $15 including shipping
TammyBick , who is known for her “Tabism’s” of Phish’s song’s has recently created her first poster for Phish’s SuperBall IX. Tammy is a self taught artist since childhood who has a vast variety of creations but has recently begun her focus on visually expressing her favorite music into “song-art”. Tammy’s most recent works include original drawing done on Paper with Black Pen. Tammy’s “Tabism’s” of Phish’s Bathtub Gin, Slave To The Traffic Light, NICU, Loving Cup, all made as giclees reproduced from original pen drawings
The SuperBall IX poster represent’s Phish’s now “9” Festivals through playful fish “air bubbles” also in the shape of a “9” as well as the fish’s eyes. The Hand Coral represents the Finger Lakes where this monumental festival will occur. There is a limited number of 25 posters available as proofed and an additional 25 of misprints that were enlarged in error.
The SuperBall IX Poster is printed on Matte Paper 11″x17″, Unmatted prints cost $15
Original Giclee Prints of Bathtub Gin and Slave To The Traffic Light measure 9″ x 11.25″ and are also $15 unmatted, plus shipping).
To Buy: These will be available through Paypal (send to Bssgrl@yahoo.com with “Giclee” or “Poster” in subject line) and at the SuperBall IX Festival as well with these prints and more!
Lauren Domsky is a starving artist and recent college graduate who has recently taken up painting within the last couple months. She came up with several ideas for paintings, each one based on Phish lyrics. Harry Hood was the first one created as a birthday present for her brother (Harry Hood is his favorite Phish song).
Lauren attended the Hershey show and both Camden shows and sold her prints in the lots. Some positive sales led to more art being created upon the return trip home.
After completing Harry Hood, she began asking her brother’s friends what their favorite phish songs were. The Slave to the Traffic Light painting is dedicated to Mr. Michael Nesson, an avid Phish fan and concert goer.
Lauren now has nine Phish paintings and each one has been made into prints. She has always been inspired by Phish’s unique lyrics and has finally found a way to express the songs and lyrics she has adored for so many years.
Water in the Sky is Lauren’s most recent painting which was inspired by the first night of Camden, 6/24/10. When she heard Trey singing the words on stage, Lauren suddenly had a vision of lips sighing beneath a landscape of clouds and drops of rain. The next day she immediately began working on the painting.
As of now, she has made 5 prints of each of the 9 paintings so supplies are limited! The prints cost $20.00 each. They measure 11” x 18”.
The hat business is booming, and there are some updated hats and sizes available. Hats of all designs come in small-medium and large XL. Colors have expanded as well, with a vast variety for these hats: Slave– olive or dark grey; Camel Walk-navy or spruce; My Friend, My Friend– maroon or dark navy, and Maze– gray or black
If you are interested in any of these hats, send a Paypal payment of $27 for one hat to firstname.lastname@example.org. Order two or more and each hat is $22