Meet the Artists of “In All Good Company”, Part 5

With “In All Good Company” coming up very next week, let’s meet some more of the great artists who will have their work on display and for sale at what is shaping up to be the largest Grateful Dead Art Show, ever. Read about the artists in Part 1, Part 2,  Part 3 and Part 4 of our series.

Lot Life

Lot Life clothing features pins, bamboo sunglasses, framed photo art, tapestries, hand made glass, mosiacs inspired by the Grateful Dead, Lot tees and imported clothing and hats.

Dates Exhibiting: July 3, 4 & 5

lot life

Easy Wind Family Creations

Featuring walking sticks, wooden boxes, tie dye, wire jewelry, and hand crafted items, Easy Wind Family Creations also has plaques, and paintings all designed by Easy Wind as well as a wide range of licensed Grateful Dead merchandise, from shirts and tapestries to pins and buttons!

Dates Exhibiting: July 3, 4 & 5

easy wind

Amigos & Us

Chicago’s own! Featuring Grateful Dead clothing, merchandise, artwork, licensed tees, tapestries, dress shirts and women’s clothing. as well as hippie duds and tie dyes.

Dates Exhibiting: July 3, 4 & 5


Kingpin Designs

Kingpin features officially licensed collectible lapel/hat pins for Grateful Dead as well as pins from other bands such as the Disco Biscuits, SCI, Phish, moe. and many others. They will also selling pins that feature licensed artwork from artists including Stanley Mouse, Rick Griffin, Richard Biffle, Tripp Shealy, Mark Serlo, Ryan Kerrigan, Taylor Swope, Kyle Dezi, Nathan Maxwell, Jay Rizzi, Phil Lewis, and many more.

Kingpin and Mark Serlo will have an exclusive antique gold variant of their 50th anniversary pin available exclusively at the show in Chicago. Additionally, the remaining Chicago edition of their Steal Your Vinyl pin series will be on hand

Dates Exhibiting: July 3, 4 & 5

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