Tammy Bick’s Phish Drawings – SuperBall IX, Bathtub Gin and more

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!

4 thoughts on “Tammy Bick’s Phish Drawings – SuperBall IX, Bathtub Gin and more”

  1. Reminds me of when I used to go to Mammoth Gardens in Denver to listen to bands like Santana, The Who, Zephyr and Ten Years After. They had the coolest things painted on the ceiling, so we could lie down and space out to our hearts content. All for under $5!

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