I handed some of these out during the NYE show in sections 112 and 113. Maybe you got one. If you didnt, pick one up – Only a couple dozen remain. Measures 3″ x 5″ and are 1 for $3 and 2 for $5
Capping off an incredible year, Isadora Bullock’s New Year’s print, “Theme”, is a four color linocut print, measuring 15″ x 21.5″, in a limited edition of 150. You can pick one up now for $35 plus shipping from Isadorabullock.com or below using Paypal.
Emily Dwan is an artist of many mediums. In her new necklace design she gives a subtle nod to phans’ love of all things Fishman. Anyone who ‘knows’ will get this necklace immediately, while those who don’t can still admire the way the orange jasper rings perfectly complement the blue glass seed beads. Either way this piece is sure to look good on you. This Phish themed necklace is made of all natural high quality jasper and glass beads and is strung on flexible bead wire with a silver clasp closure. Only $30 plus $3 shipping this necklace is ther perfect gift for your lady phriend or yourself. Order yours now!
Tony Phillips has been hard at work creating new shirt designs over the past few months. Inspired by both new and classic Phish Songs Tony’s approach is to keep it as simple as possible, with only a minimal use of words combined with clever designs that embody the song. These great shirts come in a variety of colors and sizes and are available to order through Tony’s site at MyPhavoriteSongs.spreadshirt.
Known for being rich and powerful, a Heady Tweezer isn’t for the faint of heart. But if you have the palette for something heavy, with lots of character, this undeniably is the choice for you. Heady Tweezers are distinct and powerful, and have been known to cause facial hair and missing 20 and 30-somethings for months on end.
The Heady Tweezer Design is available from www.TrippyHippie.com in shirts, hoodies, and pins. So please her with a Tweezer – Just click on the image and order yours today!
John Glenn, a New Artist to Phanart and native of Asbury Park, draws inspiration from his surroundings, balancing the peace and power of the ocean with the faded glory of a seaside paradise long since lost and its still nascent rebirth. An artist and a phan John also integrates the music and experiences so many of us know and love into his unique works of art. Plying his skills and inspiration, he uses paint pens and some oils on just about any medium he can – creating works on the canvases, discarded wood and surf boards.
Featured here are some of his works that celebrate the 2012 NY New Years run and the many underwater trips on the train for so many shows at MSG as well as two of his unique hand painted surfboards. In addition to these you can check out John’s other works on his website and of his facebook page.
The creation of Jiggs and PhanArt started out as a sticker, then a pin, now the iconic YEMSG design is available on shirts, This design was inspired by the YEM from 12/4/09.
The cost for each short sleeve shirt on solid gray is $20; add $4 for XXXL. Shipping is free and comes with a free YEMSG sticker. Only sizes M, L, and XL left.
A new design from SetList Tees, their first of 2013!
“We figured what better way to celebrate the new year then by paying tribute to the showmanship exhibited by the boys on the last night of last year. The design features a golfer in familiar garb driving a golf ball filled with the night’s festivities into the future. As with all of our shirts, the artwork will appear on the front of the shirt and the setlist from the night will appear on the back.”
Turn your Garden Party experience into a memorable shirt for just under $18! Click here to order!
Tim Kelly has created a poster for this 2012-2013 run at Madison Square Garden. The concept came from the idea of the fans taking over the city for four days. Last year, everywhere he went around the city he would see people going to the show, and he met a lot of cool people because of it!
This poster measures 12″ x 18″ and is printed on 90lb watercolor paper. A 3-color silk screen print in an edition of 76. Each poster is signed and numbered. Cost is 1 for $20, 2 for $30