With more than 40 confirmed artists, “In All Good Company” is shaping up to be the largest Grateful Dead Art show, ever. To help fans know what artists will be there what day, check out a rudimentary schedule below and come to Congress Plaza Hotel, July 3, 4 & 5 from 12-6pm daily – you’ll see some of the best artists with a wide array of art in a secure indoor location just 1 miles from Soldier Field.
Some artists will only be here one day, some two days, but most the entire run of Fare Thee Well. See below and stop by the show to check out new art each day!
Exhibiting July 3
The Shakedown Shop
Scott Harris Photo
Pin me Down Designs
Exhibiting July 4
Art by Acorn
The Art of Ryan Kerrigan
Pin me Down Designs
Exhibiting July 5
Scott Harris Photo
Get Shit Done
Exhibiting July 3, 4 & 5
Uncle John’s Outfitters
Not Fade Away
John Warner Art
Sunshine Day Dream Chicago
Amigos and Us
Move Brightly by Courtenay Pollock
Mountain Family Glass
Heady Teddys Outfitters
Robbi Cohn Photo
Eden’s Rose Foundation
Morning Dew Tye-dyes
Easy Wind Family Creations
Grateful Girls Scarves
John Warner has designed a variety of original concert posters both framed and unframed for bands including Furthur, Phil Lesh and Friends, Ratdog and Bob Weir, Gov’t Mule, the Allman Brothers Band, moe., Umphrey’s McGee, Leftover Salmon, Railroad Earth, Cabinet and more.
Known for hand printed posters & art prints, Tripp will also have official posters for Phil Lesh & Friends, available framed and unframed plus new and old hand screen printed posters as well as collectible pins, belts, hats, stickers, patches and more,
Original art on apparel and collectibles including screenprinted t-shirts and hoodies, pins, patches and stickers featuring the art of John Warner Studios as well as several Dead50 themed items exclusive to the shop.
Dates Exhibiting: July 3, 4 & 5
But wait, there’s more! You’ll also see Zenster, Richard Biffle, Good
Thoughts Printing, Jim Pollock, Jeff Troldahl, Dave Bangert, Rhoney
Stanley, Erin Cadigan and many more!!! See you tomorrow at “In All Good Company!”
Exhibiting his photography for the first time, Scott Harris has created limited edition fine art photography with an initial run of 12 different first run limited edition fine art photography works. Each piece is infused directly into metal and individually signed and numbered. Certain pieces will also be available in limited quantities on high quality professional metallic paper. Each piece will be released for the first time at the show and quantities of this first edition are specific to the show.
Embroidered & sublimation printed merchandise made in the U.S.A., Get Shit Done embroiders hats, patches, towels, & more and also make pins, coffee mugs, water bottles, & stickers. They will have GD50 stickers, water bottles, coffee mugs as well.
Vintage Dead offers one-of-a-kind collectible ceramic tile art, sterling silver art jewelry and glass art inspired by the Grateful Dead and other favorite bands. The purveyor of rare, authentic vintage band memorabilia and apparel and nostalgia from the psychedelic era, Vintage Dead is dead-icated to bringing exclusive lines of one-of-a-kind collectible art and the very best vintage, Grateful Dead memorabilia and apparel from years gone by to where your favorite music is being played!
A non-profit foundation working with small communities of artists in Ecuador and India, Eden’s Rose Foundation features hand carved Grateful Dead wood carvings, GD macrame jewlery, GD alpaca hoodies and GD alpaca blankets. Eden’s Rose will also have a limited number of ticket holder lanyards and Grateful Dead magnetic poetry sets created by our outreach volunteers.
Terry Werner has created two prints to commemorate ‘Fare Thee Well’, one for Santa Clara and one for Chicago.
Both are 12″ X 36″ offset prints made in Oakland, California on 13 pt. Recycled Matte Paper, similar to 100 lb. cover stock. Each print is hand-numbered and signed, each in an edition of 455. This is an exclusive to “In All Good Company” and represents the largest print effort by Werner to date.
Prints are available at the PhanArt table at In All Good Company, with each print costing $30 and limited sets costing $50 total.
Looking for silver jewelry and Grateful Dead memorabilia? Heady Teddy’s has you covered with handmade Grateful Dead themed jewelry and hard to find/vintage Grateful Dead memorabilia. A small Deadhead run business specializing in Grateful Dead memorabilia, Heady Teddy’s is known for having unique and hard to find collectible items at affordable prices.
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!
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
With more than 40 artists, “In All Good Company” is already slated to be the largest Grateful Dead Art show, ever. But there is more to the show than art – fundraising for two charitable organizations via Summer Camp Music Festival, Live Music from Chicago musicians, Face Value Ticket trading coordinated by Cash or Trade and event merchandise from PhanArt.
Make a Difference
PhanArt is thrilled to be partnering with Summer Camp Music Festival to host a ‘Make a Difference’ with Summer Camp and moe. Through various donations and prizes, Make a Difference will raise funds to support Chicago’s New Moms, a nonprofit space that features after school activities including art programs to enable, empower and equip at risk adolescent parents and their children, as well as The Mockingbird Foundation, supporting music education nationwide.
Those that join us in supporting these organizations during each of our three days in Chicago will be entered into a daily raffle, with drawings for prizes including a printed canvas by ReverbSoul and other incredible art, Summer Camp 2016 tickets, and more. Additionally, Sunshine Daydream Hippie Shop will give everyone that helps us Make a Difference throughout the weekend an entry in their LIVE Raffle on Sunday, July 5 for a ticket to that night’s final ‘Fare Thee Well’ Grateful Dead show at Soldier Field. Be sure to RSVP to the Facebook event to get updates on how to participate.
A CashorTrade trading table will be set up and serve as the central meeting spot to come trade tickets and see some great art.
On top of that, CashorTrade.org is giving away 12 Golden Tickets to the GD50 Celebration in Chicago on Fourth of July Weekend. It’s one last shot for 4 lucky Dead Heads to find their miracles! The GratefulGiveaway.com is brought to you by CashorTrade.org and FrontLeftA-Fare.com.
Together they are giving away: 2 Three-Day Passes to the Grateful Dead in Chicago
2 Three-Day Passes to Stu Allen and the Front-Left A-Fare
to 4 Lucky Winners!
As always, CashorTrade.org and this Contest is FREE. Winners will be randomly selected at 2pm EST on Sunday, June 28th.
Sharing limited edition work from artists across the country, the PhanArt table will have Blotter Art by Lizzy Layne, posters from Terry Werner, License Plate Frames from Phrames, Never Miss a PhanArt Show pins by Ryan Kerrigan, event shirts, limited copies of the PhanArt book, copies of PhanFood and more unique items.
Let there be Music
Chicago is well represented at “In All Good Company” with two bands, Jack Straw and Under the Willow performing during the shows. Jack Straw will perform on July 3 & 4 while Under the Willow will perform on July 5.
Jack Straw brings forth a richly diverse array of music, mixing together songs by the likes of Phish, the Grateful Dead, Eric Clapton, the Allman Brothers, Old and in the Way, as well as original songs. Under the Willow blend socially conscious lyrics with intricate compositions to evoke a unique brand of songwriting that borrows from bluegrass and folk music.
A Playlist Presented by Blank Space Arts will set the tone for each day while complimenting each day’s musical performance, providing an audio component to accompany the visual aspects of the art show before, in between and after sets of Jack Straw and Under the Willow.
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 of our series and Part 2 and stop by the show July 3, 4 & 5 at Congress Plaza Hotel, 1 mile north of Soldier Field on Michigan Avenue!
Pin designer and maker Andrew Bryant will have multiple versions of the popular “In lights” series from various eras and stage setups of the dead history as well as a 5 piece puzzle set and show specific pins for the 3 night run in Chicago, as well as 13 point belt buckles, lapel pins and mini prints of a few of the designs. Andrew will also be doing a raffle for a full set of all items (including the very special LE of 13 gold plated items) as well as many smaller winners throughout the day. All of the items will be debuted at the art show on July 4th and will be sold exclusively at the show besides a very limited (25 units) blind pre-sale package for all items.
The only officially licensed Grateful Dead photographer, Robbi Cohn of Dead Images features matted and framed art, licensed by the Grateful Dead as well as Jerry Garcia’s estate. There will be very special limited edition pieces printed on aluminum.
Featuring posters, collectibles and 50th anniversary merchandise, Sunshine Daydream Hippie Shop will feature vintage Grateful Dead posters, Stanley Mouse designed wall sculptures, GD Hot Wheels cars and officially licensed GD merchandise. Additionally, Sunshine Daydream has contributed a Sunday ticket to the fundraising efforts of Summer Camp Music Festival’s ‘Make A Difference’ table.
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 of our series and stop by the show July 3, 4 & 5 at Congress Plaza Hotel, 1 mile north of Soldier Field on Michigan Avenue!
Pinsanity Designs Pins has t-shirts, hats and other accessories and will be selling new, current, and even a few sold out pin designs. Pinsanity Designs will drop two new pin designs to celebrate the Grateful Dead 50th anniversary. One will be a continuation of their 8 Ball series, and the other is the first in a new pin series inspired by sunglasses.