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Hiouchi Jewels Unviels Rose and Bolt Jewelry Collection

On March 1, Hiouchi Jewels, in partnership with Warner Music Artist Services, has debuted the officially licensed, hand-made Rose & Bolt Grateful Dead jewelry collection. Rose & Bolt brings to life Sarah Lewis’ love for and inspiration from the Grateful Dead, as well as her remarkable dedication to her craft.

The Grateful Dead’s music has been an important part of my life and an inspiration for all of my creative work, so this collaboration is a dream project for me. I’ve carried my modern bohemian aesthetic from Hiouchi Jewels into this collection, adding the iconic Grateful Dead Roses & Bolts to each piece. The Grateful Dead is so much more than music- it’s a lifestyle, a community, a vibrant, unique culture. It’s truly an honor to have my jewelry join the rich lineage of licensed Grateful Dead artwork and merchandise. – Sarah Lewis, designer

The Rose & Bolt collection features handmade rings, necklaces, bracelets and earrings, all featuring roses and the classic 13-point lightning bolt. Elegant, delicate styles come in sterling silver, rose gold, and 16k yellow gold. Bolder, statement styles feature turquoise stones and quartz crystals.

Although Rose & Bolt carries similarities to Sarah’s classic Hiouchi Jewels Collection, many aspects are new. This marks her first time using rose gold, appropriate for the rose motifs in the collection. Sarah has typically made jewelry for women, and is excited to debut her first unisex/gender neutral collection.

Rose & Bolt Jewelry is sure to attract fans of all ages. Each piece comes in beautiful, collectors boxes and microsuede drawstring pouches. Classic styles can go from day to night, office to dance floor, from formal events to Zoom parties! Rose & Bolt jewelry will prove to be coveted pieces in any Deadhead’s collection.

The name Hiouchi Jewels is inspired by the time Sarah spent living in the majestic Northern California Redwoods. Now based in Evergreen, Colorado, Sarah designs Jewelry & Home Decor for women like herself ~ Nature Loving, Fashion Forward, Modern Bohemians. They’ve also partnered with One Tree Planted, to plant a tree for every order shipped.

Follow Hiouchi on Instagram @HiouchiJewels.

Cover your face with Bandanas from Vintage Dead

Are you looking for a cool bandana to Cover Your Face? Vintage Dead has always had them on tour and now their Grateful Dead scarves and bandanas are ready to ship, while supplies last! Vintage Dead also sell vintage Grateful Dead shirts, memorabilia, art and more.

Since 1996, Vintage Dead has searched the land, scoured places high and low, to salvage well-loved Grateful Dead shirts and worn imagery from renowned artists and popular concerts. Vintage Dead has been dead-icated to bringing the best vintage Grateful Dead memorabilia and apparel from years gone by and signature lines of collectable art to where our favorite music is being played. They also partner with creators of licensed band merchandise to offer unique clothes, accessories, home goods, and more cool stuff for the rockin’ family.

Their pop up shop has been a premier attraction at top music festivals and live music events throughout the country. From vintage shirts to psychedelic art, we have gifts for live music fans. When not on world tour, find Vintage Dead online.

⁠Vintage Dead is proud to donate 10% of proceeds from all face coverings to Conscious Alliance. They remain committed to helping feed families across the US during the Covid-19 pandemic. Since March 2020, Conscious Alliance has provided over 500,000 meals to people in need. Order

Cover Your Face and more items are available at vintagedead.com

Announcing the Lineups for PhanArt’s 6 Summer Shows

Summer tour is here and over the next 7 weeks, PhanArt brings 6 shows to Dead and Company at Wrigley Field, Phish in Chicago and NYC and to Twiddle’s Tumbledown. Each show is packed with more than 60 artists and their music inspired art for fans to find their favorite memorabilia, artwork, clothing, collectibles and much more!

The summer kicks off with PhanArt returning to Chicago, IL for a show on June 30th at The Cubby Bear, located directly across from Wrigley Field. Dead and Company kick off night 1 of their two night home stand at Wrigley and PhanArt will provide an opportunity for fans to track down their favorite Grateful Dead inspired art as close to the concert as possible!

PhanArt will be back in Chicago on July 16 on the third day of Phish’s three night run at Northerly Island. Congress Plaza Hotel, which has hosted 4 previous PhanArt shows, including the immensely successful ‘In All Good Company‘ held during Fare Thee Well in July 2015, will be the spot to find all the art and goods you would normally find on Shakedown.

Heading back east, PhanArt will return to The Hotel Pennsylvania, located directly across from Madison Square Garden for the first of 3 shows during The Baker’s Dozen.

Heading up north to Burlington for Twiddle’s Tumbledown? Then stop by Club Metronome above Nectar’s for an early PhanArt show focusing on Twiddle inspired artwork from a variety of up and coming vendors and artists, plus a very special comedy/musical performance from Ryan Dempsey of Twiddle!

Back in NYC, PhanArt will hold an intimate art show with a few first time artists at American Beauty NYC, sponsored by L4LM. The event will feature Space Carnival performing 2 sets on the first floor while PhanArt takes over the top floor of the venue from 3-7pm.

Finally, PhanArt will hold the final show of Summer 2017 with another show at The Hotel Pennsylvania. Pick up tickets that night to the Formula 5 show at BB King’s and get your last chance to snag Baker’s Dozen themed art!

Terry Werner Dead and Company Summer Tour Posters

Terry Werner has released his Dead & Company Boulder prints online alongside his archival Grateful Dead ’77 Cornell print.

Each print is in an edition of 125 on white and an additional edition of 45 on natural stock. There are options for double print orders and for a limited time every dead Co/Cornell double print order includes a free Dead Co Wrigley print! Order Boulder (white) and natural, or the Cornell (white) through Terry’s online store.

Werner’s Wrigley poster will be available at the PhanArt show on June 30 at The Cubby Bear from 12-6pm. Free admission with tubes available for purchase, right across the street from Wrigley Field!

New Designs From ShakedownShirts

Looking for a new shirt for summer or want to snag a design you saw on lot but didn’t pick up at the show? Then check out the hundreds of shirts inspired by some of your favorite bands Now Available on Shakedown Shirts. From the Grateful Dead to Phish to Ween and beyond Shakedown Shirts has what you want. Shirts are only $20 each  so Head over there now and stock up because summer’s gonna be here soon!

The Grateful Book of Letters

The Grateful Book of Letters is the third book written by Pete Mason and illustrated by artist Ryan Kerrigan. Children of all ages can take a trip through the alphabet with Grateful Dead inspired references for each letter. The book features full color pages and a coil binding, perfect for ages 2-6.

The book costs $16 which includes free shipping and free stickers. Order one below, or pick up a copy of The alPHabet Book: From Antelope to Zero or A Well Traveled Dog in the PhanArt Store.

Announcing 6 PhanArt Shows for Summer 2017!

PhanArt has a big summer in store with 6 shows held from June to August! 
June 30 PhanArt will be at Cubby Bear across from  Wrigley Field prior to Night 1 of Dead and Company.

July 16 PhanArt returns to Congress Plaza Hotel, the site of 4 previous shows, for a one day show to close out the Chicago run.

July 22 and August 5, PhanArt will be at The Hotel Pennsylvania once again, and on July 29 at American Beauty during Phish’s Baker’s Dozen at MSG.

PhanArt will also hold a show on July 29 at Club Metronome above Nectar’s in Burlington, VT during Twiddle’s Tumbledown weekend.

Artists looking to vend or exhibit at any of these shows should contact phanart@gmail.com for more info.

Grateful Dead Go Out for a Ride – Poster by Schlayer Design

As exhibited on Sunday, July 5 of In All Good Company, this print from Schlayer Design is a screenprint of The Grateful Dead riding in San Francisco on a Bicycle.

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The print was originally designed for the 2013 Artcrank San Francisco Poster Show, a poster show for people who love biking. As a Bay Area resident and long time Grateful Dead fan, Schlayer wanted to have some fun with the band by placing them on a six person bicycle. The illustration features numerous references to San Francisco and the Grateful Dead and their lyrics.

This poster is printed on white paper with 6 colors of ink, measures 18″x24″ in an edition of 100, with a cost of $40 via Etsy.

Postcard Giveaway at Grateful Dead 50th Anniversary Concerts

Fans attending the Grateful Dead 50th Anniversary concerts can take home a set of four limited-edition Fare Thee Well postcards, distributed for free in the “Participation Row” area at Levi’s Stadium (Santa Clara, CA, June 27th & 28th) and Soldier Field (Chicago, July 3rd – 5th).

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art by Mike DuBois

To receive a postcard, fans just need to visit one of 17 non-profit organizations who have info tables on Participation Row, and take a designated “action.” Collectively, the actions are dubbed the “17 Ways Deadheads Can Change the World. ” They include things like writing letters to elected officials, posting photos to social media or signing up to be an organ donor.

For $1, HeadCount representatives will stamp and mail any postcard, creating a great way for fans to share the Fare Thee Well experience with friends who could not be there in person.

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art by Una Toibin

The postcards were designed by renowned artists Mike DuBois, Jeff Trohldahl and Una Toibin all of whom have worked with members of the Grateful Dead or their affiliates in the past. The collection also includes work by Jessica Muessen, whose beautifully decorated envelope sent in to order Fare Thee Well tickets by mail was seen by millions on the Internet.

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art by Jessica Muessen

Only 2,500 of each postcard will be available (10,000 total), so fans are encouraged to arrive early and visit Participation Row well before the music begins each night. If all the postcards are distributed, it means exactly 10,000 socially-conscious actions will have been taken.

The four postcards celebrate four different themes of Grateful Dead philanthropy – “Freedom,” “Compassion,” “Stewardship” and “Community.”

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art by Jeff Troldahl

Participation Row will be at all five Fare Thee Well concerts. In Santa Clara, you can visit the non-profits at the north end of the stadium near Intel Gate A as well as under the stairs to the 700 level. In Chicago, visit the South Courtyard near gates 0-6. In both cities there will also be a silent auction featuring the only items signed by the Grateful Dead and their guest performers during the concerts. More information can be found at Headcount.

Meet the Artists of “In All Good Company”, Part 1

With “In All Good Company” coming up very quickly, it’s time to meet some 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.

Final LineupOver the next week, you’ll be able to get to know the confirmed artists that will be on hand and what days they will be exhibiting their art. Limited editions, rare items, ‘Fare Thee Well’ inspired art and anything from posters to pins, tye-dies to photography can be found at the show, as well as Summer Camp’s ‘Make a Difference’ table which will have items for sale to benefit a local charity and The Mockingbird Foundation while holding a raffle for tickets, art and much more. Read more about the event here and plan to stop by July 3rd, 4th and 5th from 12-6pm at Congress Plaza Hotel, 1 mile north of Soldier Field on Michigan Avenue

Looking at this photo, Soldier Field is one mile to the left of Congress Plaza, a very short walk and on the way to the show!
Looking at this photo, Soldier Field is one mile to the left of Congress Plaza, a very short walk and on the way to the show!

The Art of Ryan Kerrigan

First up is Ryan Kerrigan, with limited edition posters, canvases, pins, stickers and various other ephemera on display at this installment from PhanArt Presents. On display will be Ryan’s first (Fare Thee Well) and second (Silver Stealie) officially licensed Grateful Dead pins, as well as a brand new canvas entitled “Here Comes Sunshine”, a 9″x9″ edition of 50. Additionally Ryan will have Chicago and Santa Clara ‘Happy Fish’ pins, stickers and posters, plus an aquarium silk screened blacklight poster.

Dates Exhibiting: July 4

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Move Brightly

The official representatives of famed Tie-dye artist Courtenay Pollock, Move Brightly will have original Tie dye art panels on exhibit and for sale.

Dates Exhibiting: July 3, 4 & 5

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Michael Boyer

Chicago native Michael Boyer will have screen-printed foil posters as well as two Grateful Dead basketball jerseys for sale. The poster, is a 3-color, 18″ x 24″ screen-printed foil while the jerseys represent the Dire Wolves and Terrapins teams. Each jersey is individualized with non-repeating numbers just like a signed and numbered print.

Dates Exhibiting: July 3, 4 & 5

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S.A.W. Family Creations

It’s Christmas in July! With handmade ornaments made from recycled Christmas trees, S.A.W. Family Creations collect over 200 Christmas trees each year and make them into ornaments that are handmade, hand painted, and music inspired. Each ornament is one of a kind.

Dates Exhibiting: July 3, 4 & 5
IMG_3463Stay tuned for more info on more than 30 artists exhibiting at “In All Good Company” every day through July 2! See you in Chicago!