Isadora is working on several prints for Summer tour 2013. She has a 30th anniversary, summer tour 2013, Alpharetta, and Gorge prints available along with shirts and prints available on her website, follow her on twitter or like her Facebook for archive prints or for the release of new ones as summer tour goes on!
“Central Part of Town” is a 2 color lineocut print (1 of the layers is a 3 color fade), 15″x 16″, limited addition of 75 for the Alpharetta GA shows July 16-17, 2013.
This print is $30 plus shipping.
“30th Anniversary” is a 3 color linocut print, 11″x15″, limited edition of 100 celebrating 30 years of Phish.
This print is $20 plus shipping.
“Summer Tour 2013″ is a 3 color linocut print, 11″x15”, limited edition of 100.
This print is $20 plus shipping.
“Blastoplast Phish The Gorge 2013″ is a 4 color linocut print, 15″x 21.5”, limited edition of 125, for the shows July 26-27th, 2013.
Phish will be playing their last shows of the 2012 summer season just minutes outside Denver at Dick’s Sporting Good Park. Denver venue, Quixotes True Blue, will once again be the host to a pre-party the night before Phish’s three night run begins. This all day music and art event, Good Visuals 2, will include live music from four bands with some of the hottest poster artists and pin makers on the scene on hand with their art display. Doors open at 4pm, music begins at 8pm and won’t end until 2am. Quixotes has both an inside and outdoor stage, allowing music & art fans to enjoy the amazing Colorado weather!
Bands include Jet Edison, Technicolor Tone Factory, Grace Askew, & Tater Famine
Join fellow Phish fans and celebrate the start of a great Labor Day weekend with live music and psychedelic art, just right for getting you in the perfect mind set for three nights of Phish with the Rocky Mountains as the backdrop!
Isadora’s print for the three amazing nights we had at UIC is titled “Ramalope“. The print is a linocut and measures 15 X 21 inches and printed on stonehenge paper in a limited edition of 100. The cost is $30 shipped. Only 10 of these prints remain for sale!
Isadora’s poster for the three shows at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park is titled ‘I’m building you a pyramid…” The print is a linocut measuring 15 x 21 inches and printed on stonehenge paper in a limited edition of 150. Cost is $30 shipped. Only 10 of these prints remain for sale!
A print made just in time for the Vermont Benefit Show in Essex on 9/14/11 is titled “Revive“. This print is a linocut printed on stonehenge paper measuring 15 x 16 inches in a limited edition of 75. The cost for this print is $30 shipped. Only 10 of these prints remain for sale!
To commemorate the 3 nights of Phish at Dick’s this past weekend, we have three posters up for auction to benefit Mockingbird
Isadora Bullock – Titled “Steep” and commemorating the shows Phish played in Telluride in 2010, this poster measures 15″ x 21.5″, in a 3 color linocut limited edition of 125. Original cost was $20. This poster has since sold out!
Vinny Naro– This poster was made, as all Vinny’s work is, by hand with pen and ink. A limited run of posters was made for Red Rocks and all have sold out. The intricate detail and style of Naro’s artistry make it rare, artfully crafted concert poster art.
Kevin Mand – About the poster: The original work was done on cold press illustration board with pigment liner pens. Kevin notes that he chose to do the black and white point-o-lism as he feels it relates to how Phish is to him, as well as it is a very intricate and timeconsuming process. After hiking around Telluride for a bit he brainstormed this idea at the town park stage thinking about the “bands view”. The prints where done digitally on 12pt semi-gloss paper, with only 250 done, they are all signed and numbered.
All proceeds from this auction will benefit the Mockingbird Foundation, which supports music education across the country. Check out www.mbird.org for more info.
The posters are wrapped in craft paper and shipped in a sealed poster tube.
New from PhanArt in 2011 isour weekly Friday Feature: This Week in PhanArt History. Each piece of art we share is from days of Phish in the past, typically from the 1.0 and 2.0 eras, something of note that fans of all ages can appreciate that is featured in the book PhanArt: The Art of the Fans of Phish, with some commentary on the piece by PhanArt Pete. If there is a piece of art or genre of PhanArt you would like to see, leave a suggestion in the comments below.
Submitted by Frank and Christine Cortazzo, this sticker takes the iconic ‘Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas’ and changed it to ‘We Come for Fabulous Phish’
Created by Not Pollock, these prints are given out free to a lucky few in the lots. As the saying goes, ‘If its not free, its not Not Pollock’
By Jason Lees, This Joker poster has a playing card design with reflections on both side of the joker in his 3-coned cap, hoisting a martini with his purple humpback whake and showing his cards: 15, 16, 17, the April 2004 dates.
Isadora Bullock‘s Elvis poster has The King riding The Famous Mockingbird into outer space (where many of us would have blasted off to, had the shows not been a barrel of meh) holding The Helping Friendly Book.
Troy Alexander, Canadian artist extraordinaire and Eh-List Phish fan made numerous amazing posters of this caliber in the Phish 2.0 era. The detail on the upside down faces, mandalas in the center and vivid coloring made this an easy collectors item in the Spring of 2004
Special thanks goes to the following artists who were featured on PhanArt in the past two months. They have been undoubtedly generous and their donations will in turn support the efforts of Mockingbird Foundation to promote music education throughout the country.
Isadora Bullock – Three 2009 posters (Red Rocks, Jones Beach, Philly) and three 2010 posters (Telluride, Deer Creek, Charleston)
2010 has been an amazing year for PhanArt on the lot and on the web. More and more art is being made by a larger number of fans, due to Phish’s return to full touring, more fans looking to share their creativity and the influence of the band in their lives, as well as a way to make it from show A to show B.
While we do not favor any art on the blog above any other art, this is the time of year when we share the Top fan creations of 2010 based on comments, reaction from phans at shows and online, as well as the creativity the artist put into the work. All PhanArt made in the last year has been amazing, and we think the following are some of the best.
This year we have 11, since we are ready to say hello to 2011
These posters were seen briefly online before a last-minute trip out to Deer Creek, and we spotted them after night 1. We picked up a couple for ourselves and the good folks at lotlifestyle.com got in touch with us. Friday the 13th doesnt happen on tour very often so this creative effort is worth noting for its rarity and simplicity
Combine the greatest defunct hockey team with Phish and you get this shirt. The weird thing: we never found out who was selling these on tour this summer. If you know who sold them, get them in touch with us!
Available ONLY on lot, UnoClay went all Nintendoo on us, coming up with a unique shirt (the back has the ? block and says ‘somebody’) that has detail worked into it. For fall he one upped himself – Birds of a Feather and Duck Hunt. Just when you thought shirt ideas were limited to corporate logos, along come games. Who’s making Call of Duty/Kill Devil Falls?
Not just one but THREE posters all sharing part of an aquarium. The first poster – the 30th comes on fierce as usual; the second – the 31st shows the ball dropping; the third – the 1st, is serene, as we will all be in recovery mode and asked to dance one more time to start the new year and decade.
A picture is worth a thousand words. Lizzy’s Holiday Run print has 3 words, so 3 x 1000 = 3000 words. Therefore, this poster is worth 3000 words AND tells you what to do with your face. Appropriate for work, home or the RV heading to the show.
Drawing by hand is one thing. Nearly everyone can do that. Drawing in pen and ink in extreme detail, and using nothing else in the process is painstakingly hard and takes a level of commitment that is rarely seen anywhere. Vinny Naro’s Atlantic City print is remarkable in its detail – the three clocks show 10:29, 10:30 and 10:31, respectively. The pipe organ is drawn to resemble the original that is housed in Boardwalk Hall (but in need of repairs, hence not being used that weekend). Satan is playing the pipe organ with his own devilish tune, and the designs throughout exhibit precision towards each facet of his work. Referring to this as a work of art is an understatement. We got this framed right after the shows.