The woven friendship bracelets of your childhood are back, with a Phish-y makeover! She makes each and every bracelet meticulously by hand, using macrame to create the classic Fishman donut pattern that we all know and love. These bracelets are a subtle way to show your Phish love.
A wide range of sizes are available at her Etsy shop, Baba Cool. Visit the “Pheeling Phishy” shop section for all of her Phish-inspired creations. She also welcomes custom orders!
Original concert lot poster for Phish at the Santa Barbara Bowl in Santa Barbara, CA 2014. It is an 11×17 digital print on card stock. Limited edition of only 100!! Signed and numbered by artist Maria DiChiappari. Made with love!!
These glasses are dishwasher safe, and the logos are quite durable. The logos are not stickers! The items will ship USPS Priority Mail in mid-November, securely packaged with bubble wrap, newspaper, tape and a secure box!
The 10th Anniversary Maze/Bowie Coin was minted to be debuted in Las Vegas over the 2014 Halloween Run. It is only fitting that the Maze/Bowie Coin resurface in the city where Phish Coins made their debut in 2004!
Needless to say, he has had lots of time to mull over the decisions he made with the original design, and one thing always struck him… how did he overlook the idea of a David Bowie visage from the movie Labyrinth? This inspired him to rework and redefine the Maze/Bowie Coin concept, including a totally different approach to the Maze design too. David Bowie is presented as Jareth, the evil Goblin King from Jim Henson’s last production in a brilliant career! If you missed the first two releases of the Maze/Bowie Coin, here is your chance to get your hands on one. Adam will be at the Halloween run, so you can find the coins in person there.
As with all previous Phish Coins, the 10th Anniversary Maze/Bowie Coin is 1.75″ in diameter, 3mm in thickness, has a reeded edge like a quarter, and has an antique silver finish.
The 10th Anniversary Coin was minted in a limited run of 300 coins, and is priced as follows:
Prices Shipped w/ USPS Tracking: 1=$24, 2=$45, 3=$66, 4=$87, 5=$108… Add $21 per extra coin thereafter, and please Paypal to email@example.com or email me if you would prefer to send a USPS Money Order.
Jon Rose is here with a 7 color hand carved reduction style woodblock print. These prints are done on Bristol Strathmore 2 ply Vellum Paper, and printed with Gamblin Oil Based ink.
These prints are a special edition and numbered out of 100, with 10 of them being donated to WaterWheel. Those prints will be available inside the show. Find Jon on lot at Dick’s to pick up the rest before they sell out!
Rob Boyle’s print measures 13″ x 26″ and contain 7 different screen printed colors. They are a limited edition run of 80, and are signed and numbered by Rob. He currently has about 20 left. Each print is $25.00 shipped.
Michael Boyer is back this summer with his popular Phish inspired Jersey’s. Check out the description below!
100% polyester sublimated Phish Jerseys. Each jersey is unique. Only one number is assigned to eachjersey just like a signed and number print. Great light-weight wicking material, and perfect for hot sweaty summer tour. Please follow washing instructions carefully.
You can purchase a jersey and find size guidlines on Boyerart.com
Here is an update from Brian over at Phifty-Two Weeks!
A few years ago my wife and I were hooked on the Bravo network’s TV show “Work of Art: The Next Great Artist”. It was a reality show that pitted artist against artist in weekly challenges ending in a gallery show where one would be deemed the winner and receive a prize, one would be booted from the show, and all others would continue on to the next challenge. We were hooked. The show played for two seasons with different casts each season. It was season two that we loved! The art was great… but even better was the drama and shenanigans brought by one artist: The Sucklord. The Sucklord wasn’t the best artist, but he was so much fun to watch. You either loved him or hated him. Each artist entered the show with their niche art – some were painters, some sculptors, some photographers… The Sucklord was an artist who created statement pieces based on action figures (primarily StarWars). After the show finished I new I would some day create my own action figures. That day has come.
In 1973, long before Phish, American’s youth was introduced to Schoolhouse Rock!, or Grammar Rock. For you young folks who may not know about this, Schoolhouse Rock! was a series of educational, animated music videos. We were taught things like: Multiplication of 3 with the song “Three Is A Magic Number”, and about Adverbs with the song “Lolly, Lolly, Lolly Get Your Adverbs Here”, and even the solar system with “Interplanet Janet”. byThis week’s installment are three characters from various Phish songs.
This week’s art installment takes three of the characters from Schoolhouse Rock! and rebrands them as Phish characters in my own series called Farm House Rock Friends. “Farmhouse”, Phish’s eighth studio album, was named after guitarist Trey’s recording studio housed in a barn in Vermont. These characters do not come from the “Farmhouse” album, but all live fictitiously at the Farmhouse. So who are these guys?
First we have “Character Zero” named after the song “Character Zero” from the 1996 album Billy Breathes. In Schoolhouse Rocks this character was named “My Hero Zero” and taught children the Multiplication through the powers of 10.
Next up is “Bill: the one who did the cover art for the Stone’s sucking in the 70’s LP” mentioned in Phish’s song “F–k Your Face”. Bill appeared on TV in “I’m Just A Bill” a song that taught about the Legislative Process.
The final member of the Farmhouse Rocks family is “Engineer B.O.T.T.” holding his bucket full of thoughts. B.O.T.T. stands for the Phish song “Back On The Train”. Engineer B.O.T.T taught kids about Conjunctions through Schoolhouse Rock’s “Conjunction Junction”.
Check out Schoolhouse video “Conjunction Junction”:
All three characters were created from polymer clay and painted with acrylics. Each character is also housed in a retail ready packaging.
Have a great week!
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Finally available as a pin, Tweezer Madness is a limited edition run of 100, soft enamel style pin. They are numbered and stamped with the Jiggs logo. You can pick one up for $15 at Jiggs website, which you can find below.