New from sbmathieu are Ocelot prints and coin purses! Prints are available in three sizes: 8″x10″ ($25), 11″x14″ ($40), and 12″x16″ ($50).
Each print is on a matte fine art archival paper, with a white border for framing, and is signed on the back.
This print will ship in an archival cello envelope inside a stiff mailer for protection. They are available for purchase here.
Want to take your Ocelot on the road? There are also coin purses available!
Measuring approximately 3 1/2 x 4 inches, the coin purse is made of a kelly green cotton linen on the outside with a polka dot cotton lining inside. There is a 1 inch cotton loop sewn into side. Pick yours up here!
10% of proceeds from the prints and coin purses will be donated to the Mockingbird Foundation.
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.