These are some amazing shirts. Not only a flying eye-ball, but also an 8, thereby, a flying 8ball!
Description: The creator, Josh, has a very limited batch of 75 shirts each shirt individually hand dyed and designed by Dr. Livingston in the mountains of Montana. They are available in assorted colors.
Each shirt is subtly different from another due to hand dyeing. The print comes with or without dates as exemplified in the photos below.
Josh has 40 shirts or so left, so pick one up today!
Choose from Conventionally grown Short Sleeves (S-XL) $17 or
Patagonia Organic Long Sleeves $25 (L-XL)
There is no print on the back of the shirts. All shirts are preshrunk.
*Free 8 pack of Stickers with shirt purchase.
Important Note for Interested Parties: There are multiple shades of colors, so please contact josh at email@example.com for your purchase, as each shirt is individually unique!
If you’ve been on tour since the late 90s, you have probably seen one or more incarnations of the ‘Phamily Tree’ shirts, designed by Mike Davoli. These shirts are extensive in detail, noting every single band, side project, tour, one-offs and just regular old Phish bands that the boys have been in. Starting with Space Antelope (Trey) and Tombstone Blues Band (Mike) and working up from those roots, the evolution of Phish, along with all the side projects has become an amazing shirt, and one that is never the same twice.
These shirts, printed on Black Long sleeve Tees, cost $20, with free shipping. you can order them online at michaeldavoli.blogspot.com
Sizes M, L, XL, XXL
These shirts are PhanArt Recommended and PhanArt Approved, so pick one up today, cause once they’re gone, thats all folks…..
Eric Wyman is a graphic designer who lives in Portsmouth, NH. His first show was in 1992 and although he didn’t make it to Hampton, he was looking online for imagery of what took place. One search turned up a photo of two heads holding signs looking for tickets. One said “I HATE PHISH”. When a commenter pointed out the guy in the picture was demanding restitution for being photographed, the marriage with the wookie took place. It’s sarcastic, just like the sign.
It’s been a theme Eric constantly plays with since. You can see a couple of desktop images that he has created for some other treatments of the wook. The designs are created in a fun and playful spirit. These stickers are 1 for $2, 3 for $5 and 10 for $15. Eric can also do magnets for an extra $1 each. please specify that in your paypal-age
As Phish fans get older, we wind up settling down, getting married, and start making babies. As surprising as not-surprising, Phish fans have started marketing lot goods to parents of future Phish fans.
Created by Dave Ginsberg, a 170+ show veteran who just welcomed his first child into the world recently, the collection of Baby clothes seen below can be put on onesies and toddler t’s.
Dave and his wife Dana got the idea from buying every onesie from drygoods for our 3 nieces over the years. They thought ‘Why not create some lot style onesies we’d buy ourselves?’ Together, Dave and Dana came up with over 30 designs, with Dave personal fave ” I came from my daddy’s BBJ”, as it is only for hardcore fans and worth the reaction when someone gets it.
They made a small trial batch for Hampton of four original designs: ‘You Enjoy Me’, ‘I love to take a bath’, ‘I sleep diagonal in my crib’, and ‘Fishman’s my daddy’. They were gone before they even left the hotel. Over the summer Dave sold 100+ over just a few shows. More designs were printed for summer tour and even more for this coming fall tour.
Dave and Dana recently welcomed their 1st child into this world…Luke Phisher Ginsberg. You can expect to see him as feature model of youenjoyme, and we encourage fans to post pics of your little ones in YouEnjoyMe gear!
The cost for each of these 1 for $15, 2 for $25, with $5 shipping on all orders.
Visit www.youenjoyme.comto pick one up – $15 for each shirt/onesie. Make sure you specify what the order is for!
Eric Hanson created some amazing posters for Big Cypress, 12/31/02 and Vegas ’03, as well as others. Below are some of the prints he has made that are still available.
The Big Cypress Poster
This 11×14″ poster is screen printed on 80lb Hemp stock. The design shows the earth and concert location in florida. A bi-plane is pulling a banner around a Cypress Tree which is juxtaposed with the hour glass of time passing sand from one millennium into the next. In the upper capsule a silhouette of some band members are rocking their way into a fishbowl below. Two thousand posters were made for this Y2K event and probably half of them were sold at the show. These posters are printed in four different colors: forest green, jet black, royal blue, and majestic purple. They look great when hung together on a wall with a glass and clip frame.
This poster was produced in extremely limited numbers using a unique inkjet process. Only 37 prints were produced, each one signed and numbered and included an artists certificate of authenticity. This 8×10″ poster commemorates the New Years Eve Show in 2003. At the bottom of the poster a page of a book, a fast food trey, a john, and mike are featured in front of the New York city skyline. In the background a cars tires are making contact with a long road leading to a circus with gates that appear to read “MSG.” Some giant chess pieces in the field dot the journey of fans. A pocket watch dangling from the car reads: About time for another trip which can be read starting from any word in the phrase. The border of the poster is decorated with a maze. These posters are no longer available for sale.
Viva Las Vegas
This 11×16″ poster is from a series of 250 prints, each one signed and numbered. It was made to commemorate the Las Vegas show on February 15 and 16, 2003. This richly color copied print features Las Vegas scenery: five elvis characters on a roller coaster, suzy slot machines, a roulette wheel, a classic .99 cent foot long hot dog sign behind a flying hot dog, a pair of rolling dice, billy and his cat walking out toward Red Rocks, some lizards and more. There are several of these posters available as they were released when the lot poster crackdown began. It was deemed too “phish like” by the undercover authorities roaming the lots, confiscating artwork.