Here’s a Back to the Future/Dinner and a Movie crossover shirt to celebrate the virtual summer tour that took us back in time every week this past summer. Dates on the back include every show from the first edition through the three show Dick’s Labor Day run.
Shirts are Gildan 100% Cotton White Tees and are available in sizes Small through XXL. Order a shirt here.
There’s something healing about slowing down, pouring some tea, and coloring these gorgeous designs. So pull up a cozy chair and lose yourself in this dreamy world of celestial goddesses and shamanic priestesses to activate your soul. Color can heal!
Created by fine artist Meghan Oona Clifford, this coloring book offers hours of peace, fun, and stress relief.
Use pencil, marker, and pen to get inspired by this sacred journey of enlightenment. Ranging from simple to highly complex, the uplifting art is a meditation for you to color and frame.
Star Dust Coloring Book is easy art therapy for mind and body, to help you soothe your spirit and unwind. Single-side pages allow for frame-worthy masterpieces. The pages will transport your back to stress-free days of childhood, where you can enjoy relaxing through creative expression and play. Coloring is proven to increase focus, mindfulness, and wellness, and makes the perfect gift.
You had to have that mask on, and with Abe the Wombat facemasks from Sharon Mathieu, you’ll stay safe as well as herbivorous, crepuscular, cuddly, yet muscular.
This adult, non-medical grade face mask, uses fabric designed from an original illustration by me Mathieu. The mask is three layers, two cotton, and the exterior layer is a light cotton twill. The interior fabrics may vary based on supplies.
The mask has a hemmed opening on the bottom to insert a filter. This mask does not come with a filter. Two elastic loops are sewn into the sides to loop around the ears. Wash after use with warm water and soap.
Please stay safe and practice social distancing! Order one on Etsy
During the blackout on Tuesday, June 2, Dustin Karr took the opportunity to collect his thoughts on the movement rising around us, and began to create. The result is a print featuring the Black Power fist surrounded by the BLM chant.
Dustin says of the print:
The BLM movement is near and dear to my heart as I have Black lives in my life, that matter. I wanted to help and so I made these to use at protests throughout the country.
Surrounding the Black Power fist and BLM chant in the background is listed just some of the unarmed Black lives that have been lost to police brutality over the last couple years.
Dustin hopes these prints will help in some small way and can be part of the collective movement for change we are seeking in this country.
Prints are FREE and Dustin only asks that postage is covered. For $15, you can have up to 10prints sent to you. The two-color prints measure 12″x18″, are printed on 100lb French Paper and are signed in an open edition.
Order one here, then only put one in your cart, then leave in the notes how many you want (up to 10).
Well, it was gonna be a good summer tour, but instead, its a bummer tour. Pick up a Bummer Tour 2020 sticker, with $1 of each sale benefitting MusiCares. Vinyl Stickers measure 6″ x 3″. Shipping is free.
Phancycards, a greeting card company inspired by the animals we all know and love from Phish songs, has a selection of cards, including new Father’s Day cards. With a variety of occasions to choose from, Phancycards provides free shipping on all orders, and takes custom order requests at an additional charge. Check them out on Instagram and visit their shop on Etsy.
One glance at the news — from the disparate impact of COVID-19 to the senseless destruction of black lives — shows it’s never been more important to address racism from every angle, and PHRE want to reach people through their love of Phish.
On Saturday, May 30 from 11:30am – 7:30pm ET, Phans for Racial Equity (PHRE) will host their first ever virtual retreat. The Zoom virtual retreat, ‘In a Minute I’ll be PHRE,’ will feature workshops on racial equity, planning out PHRE work for the next 1-3 years, and talking to friends in groups including BrianRobert, GrooveSafe, and Mike Side Dyke Side. In doing a virtual event, PHRE hopes to give the broader Phish community the chance to learn more about PHRE and their work.
The purpose of the public forum is for the community to learn about how phans of color’s experience in the scene can be different, talk about what we can do together to make our scene as inclusive as possible and our opportunity and responsibility to act for racial justice in the broader world.
Fans will be engaged in a talk about PHRE’s origins, including the Phish Scene So White: Let’s Talk article, the online backlash and what that says about our community. PHRE’s mission will be discussed, as well as core activities such as tabling at Phish shows, working with venues to address harassment, and how folks can get involved.
Set 2 includes a discussion moderated by Jay Curley of Ben and Jerry’s a conversation about race in the scene and PHRE’s origins and organizing work. The forum includes a Phish Trivia contest with a grand prize of Phish Gorge 2021 tickets.
At 7:30pm it’s Happy Hour with live music from Jackie Venson, Hayley Jane, Andy Greenberg and many more.
With a project goal to benefit artists, charities and art lovers, Screens ‘n’ Suds has purchased artwork directly from artists who have donated to the SNS print series in years past. They are listing all purchased art in auction form, with proceeds from the auctions benefitting the Multiple Sclerosis Society and other charities. Visit the auction here.
You can stay up to date via SNS Instagram @screensnsuds. The first round of auction items can be found below, ending on June 1 at 8pm ET, with additional auctions ending over the course of the week.
#1 AJ Masthay – “Dead & Co” 2019 MSG #2 DKNG Studios “Rocketeer” 3 Print Set #3 Furturtle Print Set #4 David Welker “Cuttlefish” #5 Mike Munter “Cobra” and “Eagle” Print Set
Tyler Kreshover, a 27-year old architect living in Brooklyn has taken his skills to a new level with his Baker’s Dozen print. Using programs including Illustrator, Photoshop and Sketch up, Tyler has taken his love for Phish and the 13 shows that made up the Baker’s Dozen and created a print celebrating the historic run. Tyler shares his story behind this intricate print below.
Two weeks before the BD started I was living outside of Philadelphia with growing interest in moving to NYC when one of my good friends told me he had a spot open in his Brooklyn artist loft. I knew I wanted to see as many Baker’s Dozen shows as possible. This combined with my desire to live in New York prompted me to put in my two weeks, quit my job, and make the move to New York City on a whim. I moved in and unpacked my things a few hours before the first show of the dozen, and ended up doing all 13. It was one of the greatest spontaneous decisions I have ever made.
The Baker’s Dozen Poster idea originated with the functional purpose of it – and then the graphics came later. I think something about being an architect makes me really appreciate design that can be functional (like buildings). Most prints you see for Phish shows are created before the show and don’t necessarily fully portray the things that happened that night. But considering how the things that happened during the Baker’s Dozen Run are so significant; I wanted to make a poster that commemorated it all. Having the setlist of each show in a cool format that allows you to compare night by night what went down at the Dozen adds a cool function to this piece that seems to be appreciated. I really tried to convey the energy of the show and song choices with different fonts and accentuations in type.
As far as the graphics around them, it just seemed pretty obvious to make the scene a bakery – Phish kinda handed that on a plate with the whole donut idea. Putting together the scene was a multistep process – the setlists were created in Illustrator first. The scene itself is actually modeled three-dimensionally in an architectural program I use called SketchUp. As an architect, I have spent a ton of time 3D modeling and rendering interior and exterior scenes to create visions for clients of what their space might look like upon completion – so I used those skills to put together a model of the bakery (placing emphasis on how the setlists would be portrayed).
This poster is one of Tyler’s first in the Phanart scene, and is in an open edition, measuring 36″ x 24″ and digitally printed on 175 gsm fine art paper. Tyler has a variety of other work, with shirts, other apparel and clothing inspired by Trey Anastasio, JGB’s Cats Under the Stars, Goose, and more. Check out other items below and his Etsy shop for more details. Follow him on Instagram and Twitter.