The Color in Book, a Disco Biscuits community project coloring book that sources, compiles and distributes fan artwork by Disco Biscuits fans, is now seeking submissions.
The 42 page coloring book will feature fan submissions and features a free Biscuits 101 Poster (11″x17″, B&W), 10 hi-quality prints of Kristov Howzah Kozmik artwork, and much more.
Guidelines for submissions
On a 8.5″x11″ page, to be printed black and white. Side 1: Your drawing or creation for others to color Side 2: Your page has ad space. Promote yourself, artwork, website, whatever you want in this Color in Book, with a focus on the music of the Disco Biscuits.
Send submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org by January 11.
Have you ever looked for a design only to find out it hasn’t been made yet? That’s how Dosed Designs started in 2017. Based out of San Francisco, our high quality pins and stickers are guaranteed to make you smile. All orders ship with a free 3” Dosed sticker! Order All 4 pins here
Counting Down the Number Line is the latest children’s book from Pete Mason and Ryan Kerrigan takes children on unique journey while learning their numbers. Using numerical references from over 30 Phish songs, Counting Down the Number Line starts with 2001, 1000, 555, 89, and so on, all the way down to 0 and -7.
Counting Down the Number Line will be available for pre-order starting on November 14, as part of the Virtual PhanArt Show. Books will begin shipping starting the first week of December, and the first 1000 books will be signed and numbered, with a sticker sheet accompanying each order.
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
Phish fans from across the country read pages from The alPHabet Book, for Little Phans. This ABC book takes young readers from A to Z with Phish inspired art and text. Books are available at Ryankerrigan.com and PhanArt.Weebly.com
Lizzy Layne has selection of stickers, apparel, posters, accessories and more now available on her website. Born in Detroit, Lizzy grew up always knowing she wanted to be an artist. She pursued those dreams at the University of Arizona and has since immersed herself in the local art scene in the Bay Area and creatively engaging with the surrounding community wherever she goes.
A mixed media artist whose vast skill set includes painting, graphic design, printmaking, illustration and mural art, Lizzy melds techniques and materials to spawn a visual experience that is whimsical, creative and unique.
In her professional portfolio, Lizzy is a Creative Director who has established branding for major companies, created apparel and textile designs within the fashion world and is consistently collaborating with the music industry to produce illustrated concert posters and merchandising. Additionally, she enjoys creating mural art and live painting and at music festivals and various events nationwide.
Lizzy hopes that by sharing her creative visions, she can bring a bit of laughter, inspiration and positivity to the world.
Order Lizzy’s Phish-themed sticker pack, which includes an assortment of 7 unique vinyl stickers seen below. And check out even more items available in her shop, including this NYE 2017 Poster!
Originally produced for Curveball as part of an ongoing series of song-homage can coolers, SimmerTheRind’s “Dinner and a Movie” beauty is perfect for enjoying the weekly webcast series from the comfort and safety of home! Order here!
Artist La Sil makes original designs from precious materials, creating artisan jewelry and accessories inspired by the movement of life, music and the ocean. Her body of work originates from life, movement studies and drawing, then made into artistic work that is worn. La Sil uses natural fibers, like feathers and leather to allow the work to dance and flow with a one of a kind uniqueness that brings nature to the wearer.
The music collection is inspired by listening to live music and traveling. These art pieces will play on forever and a percentage of sales will go to The Mockingbird Foundation to help raise money for music education for children.
The 5 elements of earth, water, air, fire and aether also inspire La Sil. The free flow design patterns represent these basic ideas as a primitive building block. Her ‘glass earth series’ is about the planet and its fragile ecosystem that lives harmonious throughout all living things organically, as well as an ocean series ‘wave’ collection that is inspired by living and working by the ocean.
Designs are fabricated in silver, gold and platinum metals incorporating precious gemstones, hand blown glass, authentic sea glass and high grade pearls. Most pieces are signed by the artist, hand engraved on the piece, or with a metal or leather tag with her artist name, La SiL.
La Sil is based in Massachusetts and has been making art inspired by Phish since the late 90’s and has a new line of jewelry and more to share with phans. Custom work is also available.
If you’re looking for something to pass the time, working on jigsaw puzzles together is a classic activity. Even if the kids roll their eyes, they’ll soon get into it and have fun that can even strengthen your family bonds. It’s also a good way to teach your kids, grandkids, parents or spouse a bit of lore about something you’re passionate about. Apple News even wrote a story about puzzling during this time.
Dan Skolnik at Shmoggers Den has written in Relix about the art of tape cover, and has taken the J-cards from tapes and created Phish tape cover puzzles and Dead puzzles. You can get tape cover art on shirts, posters, and mugs. Among the art you can find are a puzzle of “Best Reba’s Ever” and “Best Jibboo’s Ever,” as based on Phish.net and a few of Dan’s favorites.