New from Grateful Art Designs are a series of drawings and stickers commemorating some of the bands most beloved tunes.
Each sticker starts as a drawing with pen, and then is digitally manipulated with Photoshop to add new colors.
The image above is an example of the drawings, which are then transformed into the stickers below.
Current designs available are Free, Tweezer, You Enjoy Myself, Harry Hood, Slave to the Traffic Light, and a Steal Your Face.
For a closer look at individual stickers, and to purchase, please visit the artist’s website here. 10% of proceeds will be donated to the Mockingbird Foundation.
These glasses are dishwasher safe, and the logos are quite durable. The logos are not stickers! The items will ship USPS Priority Mail in mid-November, securely packaged with bubble wrap, newspaper, tape and a secure box!
Check out these new Fuego and Hood shirt and sticker desgins from our phriend Pete Overton at the Schvice!
The Rogue Fuego design is based on the Rogue Beer logo, and comes in two versions. The version with the image of the Renault Fuego (car) is available in several different color combinations, and the one without the car is available in black, with the star and “IT” in red. The non-car version is also available as a green and black sticker as an homage to the original green and black Phish sticker. Both are currently available on T-shirts, tank tops, hoodies, stickers, mugs, and bottles. Order yours before Fall Tour Here!
The Good About Hood design is based on the Hood Dairy logo. It’s a stealthy design, because of course only a Phish fan (or a fan of Hood dairy) will understand the connection between the word “good” and the Hood logo. It is currently available on T-shirts, tank tops, hoodies, stickers, and mugs. Order yours Here!
I’ll tell about the Driver, who’s got these cool plate frames…. Let everyone on the road know you’ve been to a show with these cool new Phish inspired License Plate Frames from Marshall Chasan. Available in Donuts, Icculus, Tweezer and Hood themes, these frames are a subtle, but perfect way to share your love for Phish on the road, starting at $10 plus shipping. Order yours now!
Update 5/5/15: Marshall has released a Grateful Dead inspired license plate frame, available in his Etsy store.
Life Is Hood Badges—Because you can feel good about HOOD! These badges are iron on and stitch on, in a limited edition of 200
Phloating 2012 badges were made with a nod to the Rock Gods to get the boys to break out some Pink Floyd this summer. The badges are iron on and stitch on and are available in a limited edition of 200, with 3 packs available for $12 and single badges available for $5 at www.phanbadge.com
Phanbadge is also Proud to present 3 new KUSH pins.
The Sloth…the original Pinster. Made with hard enamel and 1.5 inches in height, double posted and numbered on the back in a limited edition of 100. Warning: Phanbadge is not responsible for Sloth possibly slicing your nipple as the Sloth is so Nasty!
The Dark side of the MOONphish Pin is 1.5 inches in width and double posted and numbered on the back in a limited edition of 100. The pin is made of soft enamel and Sparkle. The moon is made of shiny and recessed metal.
The Coventry Gold Medallion PIN.
Coming through the gates at Coventry, many saw this on the way in and out. The pin measures 1.5 inches in diameter, is made of soft enamel with double postings and is in a limited edition of only 100.
All pins are $15.00 each or a 3 pack for $35 shipped.
Buy the 3 pack and we will throw in one of our past pins free while supplies last.
All pins and badges can be ordered at phanbadge.com
Lauren Domsky is a starving artist and recent college graduate who has recently taken up painting within the last couple months. She came up with several ideas for paintings, each one based on Phish lyrics. Harry Hood was the first one created as a birthday present for her brother (Harry Hood is his favorite Phish song).
Lauren attended the Hershey show and both Camden shows and sold her prints in the lots. Some positive sales led to more art being created upon the return trip home.
After completing Harry Hood, she began asking her brother’s friends what their favorite phish songs were. The Slave to the Traffic Light painting is dedicated to Mr. Michael Nesson, an avid Phish fan and concert goer.
Lauren now has nine Phish paintings and each one has been made into prints. She has always been inspired by Phish’s unique lyrics and has finally found a way to express the songs and lyrics she has adored for so many years.
Water in the Sky is Lauren’s most recent painting which was inspired by the first night of Camden, 6/24/10. When she heard Trey singing the words on stage, Lauren suddenly had a vision of lips sighing beneath a landscape of clouds and drops of rain. The next day she immediately began working on the painting.
As of now, she has made 5 prints of each of the 9 paintings so supplies are limited! The prints cost $20.00 each. They measure 11” x 18”.
You can see more of Lauren’s work at more at www.ldphishprints.wordpress.com