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.
Eighty Three Company’s VT Phish love bracelet is the first in a series of collectable, stackable, and expandable bangle bracelets with Phish-inspired charms, a fashionable and discreet way to rep your favorite band! More designs are currently in production!
These will be available for sale on April 27. Over the summer, pick these up starting in Bend, OR
10% of sales generated from PhanArt will benefit The Mockingbird Foundation.
Welcome to the Fourth Annual PhanArt Holiday Gift Guide! Since we don’t have Shakedown to hit off to do our Holiday shopping (remember Fall Tour?), PhanArt brings you the best of the lot here, compiling great art and deals for Phish fans. Get everything you need for family and friends, as well as phamily and phriends. Stay tuned for great deals as this page will be updated throughout the holiday season.
This year the Gift Guide is broken down into Seven Categories: Special Deals, Posters, Books, Shirts, Pins, Jewelery and Stickers. There are also select items that benefit The Mockingbird Foundation, including limited edition posters.
Cody Schibihas free shipping on all orders and free prints when you spend $15 or more
Nate Duval’sholiday sale includes free shipping through 12/14 and deals for different days of the week
TRiPPis offering 25% off and free shipping on all orders Tuesday 11/27 through Wednesday Night and 25% off orders until Wednesday night with code “wassail”. From 11/29 through 12/31, code rudolPH will work to give you 20% off, plus if you spend $100 or more you get free shipping through 12/31. Don’t forget to check out holiday cards and limited edition archived prints.
TRiPP also has Mystery Tubes with 5 random prints for $50 (GD Family, Phish, WSP or Colorado)
Doctor Fluff Tees is offering holiday specials store-wide. Use one of their two coupons to get even greater discounts! 20% off on Cyber Monday with code GIVETHANKS and 10% off with code PHANART through 12/31 (but you can only use one code on Cyber Monday, so go with GIVETHANKS)
Among other deals, Tube, Tweezer and Doctor Fluff posters are all 25% off!
Plus all Tie-dye Grateful Dead shirts are 25% off and you can pre-order these onesies pictured below.
Four posters for $40 – With a great deal of posters donated to PhanArt to benefit The Mockingbird Foundation, there’s a ton of great posters to get and for $40, you get FOUR prints, with the $40 going to benefit The Mockingbird Foundation for music education. If you want to request a tour or a specific artist (who has been featured on PhanArt.net in the past few years), we will try to honor your request as best as we can.
PhanFoodcookbooks, the first cookbook by Phish fans for Phish fans is available for only $20, with net profits benefiting the Chittenden Food Bank in Burlington, Vermont. PhanFood features appetizers, salads, soups, sandwiches, entrees, desserts, drinks (with and without alcohol) and a variety of other concoctions that Phish fans enjoy while they are in the lots, at the site, or just sitting at home waiting for the next tour to be announced.
Count 8 Festivals shirts are only $10 each, with just TWO remaining! These shirts from Festival 8 features Count von Count in sizes Medium and Large only. Free shipping on orders.
Of course, there are Golgi/Google, Tweezer/Twitter shirts, plus “Me No are no Nice Girl” shirts for ladies (only sizes left are: 1 small, 1 large, 1 XL and 1 XXL – shirts run a little small). All shirts come with a free sticker and free shipping. Order in the PhanArt Store.
Also, the pre-order for YEMSG shirts and hoodies has been extended until 11/30! Pick them up in the PhanArt Store because they are only available on pre-order. Free YEMSG sticker and NYEMSG 2011-2012 sticker with each order! Shirts ship in mid-December (free shipping too!)
Phanbadge MSG Subway Tokens and Manhole covers are $15-16 each or in a three pack with a free bonus pin included!
Pin Me Down has your the freshest new pin designs on the market, offering Phish, GD and many more designs. Pins cost $8-35, with a few pins costing only $5 during their holiday sale. As always free shipping on orders over $30.
Crazyredbeard has a number of pins for sale, notably his new Birds of a Feather Omnidirectional Love pin. This pin is an original design by Jonathan Blake, a raven and an eagle interlocked in the center by a heart with the four directions of the compass symbolizing love radiating outward in all directions. This pin is only $15 plus $3 shipping.
Zenster has Phish, Grateful Dead, Nug and Lebowski pins for sale. With each purchase, get a free pin!
JEWELRY and MORE
Jennifer Kahn’s 2012 Commemorative NYE NYC MSG Token pendant is available in Sterling Silver or Brass. Her 3rd token, this design features an upward spiral emanating from the big apple. Take the New Year’s run energy and grow, expand, move forward and reach out in the coming year. There’s nowhere to go but UP!
For the third year in a row, we are happy to announce the PhanArt Holiday Gift Guide! Once again this year, we have an great deal of artists and creative fans who have made a wide range of gift ideas for you, your friends and your family. Stay tuned for great deals as this page will be updated throughout the holiday season
Show the phan you love how much you care with a Holiday Bundle from El Del Inc. The Holiday Bundle includes: 1 Black, long sleeve Mikes Song shirt and a Periodic Table of Ph[ish] for only $22. Order HERE.
Artist Vinny Narohas some great deals on his Etsy page for his company Studio3D Visual Arts.Much of Vinny’s non-Phish art can best be described as ‘nice house art’. He has lowered his prices on many OG’s and has added some new items for the holiday season
Curling up with a good book is an experience we ALL love….even if that book IS filled with three-eyed, hair-lipped, horned freaks. Those lumpy weirdos shouldn’t be alone during the Holidays either, so give PhanArtist Cody Schibi’s first book Oddities/Deformities a loving home today! For only $10 you can give (or have) pages & pages of illustrated friends for the rest of your life! Head to Cody’s site now & start making memories!…
Arnaud Azoulay is putting up the ORIGINAL ARTWORK from two of his pen and ink prints up for sale, one Jerry& one Treyon eBay and donating 20% of the final sale price to Mockingbird. Check them out, get a nice print for someone (or yourself) and support music education! Check out the rest of Arnaud’s art at YouEnjoyMyArt.com
Tripps Prints has a deal – Go to Trippsprints.com and enter code: SnowFall to get 25% off your total order now through Dec. 21st!
Surrender to the Flow is a fan run, fan published Phish magazine that has been around since 1998. Our NYE Run 2011-2012 issue will be our thirty-third, and since the very beginning, Surrender has been produced entirely by volunteers. We provide news, travel information, essays, articles, and interviews that appeal to the Phish community as a whole. While new issues of Surrender will always be free on lot, we do sell subscriptions and back issues as well. All proceeds go right back into Surrender – we don’t make a dime. STTF is a great gift for any hardcore or even brand new fan, and we think any recipient would be excited to find Surrender under the tree!
Surrender to the Flow fan magazine has two great deals for fans:
STTF four issue subscription – Subscribers receive the next four issues we produce, starting with the NYE issue which will arrive around Christmas. The first subscription purchased is $20; each additional gift subscription is $15. For gift subscriptions, we’ll include a gift card with the first issue so the recipient knows it’s from you.
The Surrender to the Flow “Almost Complete Set” is $70 including 2-3 day shipping. This set includes 26 of the 32 issues we’ve produced so far and starts with our very first issue, Fall 1998. Sets are only missing issues #2, 6, 8, 12, 15, & 17 (we ran out!), and all 3.0 issues are included. This adds up to over 10,000 pages of Phish-related content! If you’re interested in buying multiple sets, contact us at we’ll give you a deal.
Both options can be ordered by sending us loot via PayPal to Sttflow@gmail.com or by mailing us a check, money order, cash. The address to buy either of these deals isis STTF, PO Box 8961, Albany, NY 12208. Email us at sttflow@gmail with any questions. Happy holidays
Read Icculus stickers
This discreet sticker measures 3” x 5” and is printed on glossy UV coated vinyl with soy based inks. Prices are 1 for $3, 2 for $5, or 5 for $10, with shipping included. They make a great gift for phans, teachers, lizards, etc…”
Denver artist Michael Ortiz created the ‘Trey Bear’ for the UIC shows and has prints available. This giclee print measures 9″ x 12″, is printed on 220 gram fine art paper in an open edition. The cost for this print is $15.00 including s+h. Send money via paypal to firstname.lastname@example.org and visit his site www.michaelortizart.com for more great art!
You Enjoy Me onesies and shirts for babies and toddlers has unique and humorous Phish (and Umphrey’s McGee) related designs at with the deal of 1 for $15 or 2 for $25
PhanFood cookbooks make a great gift for fans, whether they have a second home in the kitchen or just make simple meals. The net profits from sales of PhanFood benefit the Chittenden Food Bank in Burlington, Vermont and food banks in the towns in which Phish plays in each tour.
The New Crazyredbeard/J. Garland Dead/Phish/Ween combo pin ushers in 2012: It Must Have Been The Roses Are Phree…with stars in his eyes (of the world), a golden hourglass beneath his chin, rainbow feathers terminating in a violet butterfly in the 3rd eye and 9 golden roses or vortices…oh the places we will go… $18 total payable to email@example.com via Paypal. Wholesale available.
Steve Rogers MSG NYE 2011 PHISH print is available, measuring 12” x 18”, it is a 5-color screen print with glow in the dark inks. This limited run of 50 signed and numbered prints only has 16 remaining as of this posting. The paper is printed on Wausau Pastel Gray 80 lb paper and costs $20 including s+h
A digital version of PhanArt: The Art of the Fans of Phish for iPads and tablets will be available in early December. The cost will be $24.99, with all net profits continuing to benefit Mockingbird Foundation. A link will be posted soon.
Ant Pharm Phish Pins is running a great deal for pin collectors – 4 pins for $40 shipped, the set includes: 1 Golgi Cinema Ticket Stub v2, 1 Light, 1 Phab four RAGE, 1 Dharma Koi Fish
Michael Ortiz’s ‘Da Blueline’, which sold out within an hour at Da Mock Show at UIC on 8/16/11. This giclee print is printed on 220 gram fine art paper. These are Artist Proof prints and cost $40 including s+h. Send payment to firstname.lastname@example.org via paypal and check out other great art by Ortiz on his site www.michaelortizart.com
Description– “This piece was done with Watercolors and India Ink. There are 350 of them and they are all signed, numbered and packaged in plastic. The prints were created Lithograph style and printed on archival semi-gloss 100lb paper. Dimensions are 18×24. Jami painted this one for Phish’s return in 2009… they have been sold from Hampton up until now. This Phish print will appear in the second printing of PhanArt: The Art of the Fans of Phish. To see more of Jami’s work, visit her Etsy Store
Description– “This piece was done with Pen and India Ink. There are 420 of them and they are all signed, numbered and packaged in plastic. These were printed on archival, 100lb paper. Dimensions are 22×30. Jami has sold the Mike Gordon prints from coast to coast and online. This Gordo print will also appear in the second printing of Phan Art: The Art of the Fans of Phish. To see other work of Jami’s you can go to: http://www.etsy.com/shop/sharininthagroove?ref=top_trail”
There are only 5 of Steve Rogers’ Atlantic City Halloween2010 poster is a 5 Color screen print. It measures 18” x 24” in a limited run of 50 signed and numbered posters, printed on 100lb French White Speckletone and has a 1/2″ border. The cost is $35 which includes s+h
$40 and up
The final copies of PhanArt: The Art of the Fans of Phish are available for sale. Due to printing costs, the book will not appear in print once the final copies are sold out. Pick one up today and own a small piece of Phish history. Free shipping on all orders placed before 12/11!
Vermont artist Jennifer Kahnhas been making jewelry for over a decade. Her designs fuse old and new, industrial and natural, urban and ethnic. She graduated from UVM with a BA in Art and English in 2001. Jennifer has sold her work at craft shows, in galleries and has been featured in exhibits across the US, UK, and Japan. Her work has been in top jewelry magazines and several books, included the cover of the Lark book “Stitched Jewels“.
For this New Years run, Jennifers’ second token evokes the current presence of activists camped out in NYC. This year there are many fish and they play a more active role in the design – poised to take a bite out of the big apple. Not only does it commemorate the New Year’s Run with all 4 dates etched along the edge, but it is a true sign of the times with the letters “OCCUPY MSG” subtly spelled out among the fish. We might be small but our numbers are strong. From a distance the image resembles a flower… we come in peace.
Available in Sterling silver as a token $25, or pendant (on cord $38, or sterling chain $48) and NEW THIS YEAR – BRASS (not pictured) as a token $15, magnet $20, or pendant on cord $25. The token is the size of a quarter and makes a great holiday gift for your favorite fan! In a limited edition of 100 tokens, they are poised to sell fast. Jennifer’s signature can be found on the bottom edge. Once again, 10% of every sale will benefit The Mockingbird Foundation.
Another auction for Mockingbird, this one via Sweet Evie by Charlotte Kruse. Great for the ladies and an awesome handmade creation! CLICK HERE TO BID NOW!
This gorgeous Pear Sweet Evie “Lacey” Headband is made with the highest quality super soft and stretchy trim, grosgrain ribbon and a beautiful vintage glass button, which is one of a kind in the collection. The feathers are 2 amazing pear colored peacock feathers, a beautiful ostrich feather and a tiny peacock feathers. This feminine style can be worn four different ways! Across your head in the “flapper” style with the feather either going forwards or backwards, or as a regular headband with the band under your hair and across the top of your head, with the feathers going up or down.
This is a great gift for your girlfriend or special someone in your life around the holidays.
This headband is a one of a kind piece, handmade in Los Angeles by designer Charlotte Kruse. Enjoy!
Vermont artist Jennifer Kahn has been making jewelry for over a decade. Her designs fuse old and new, industrial and natural, urban and ethnic. She graduated from UVM with a BA in Art and English in 2001. Since then, she has been apprenticed to renowned jewelry artist Celie Fago, from whom she’s learned PMC (Precious Metal Clay) and metalsmithing. Jen has sold her work at craft shows, in galleries and has been featured in exhibits across the US, UK, and Japan. Her work has been in top jewelry magazines and several books; she most recently wrote a chapter for the popular book called “Stitched Jewels“; her earrings are the cover design.
Ever since Jen attended her first Phish show, she has been taken by the community, the art and most of all, the music. As a maker of little things, she loves the merit badge concept and it inspired her to create a token. Since she works in metal and is excited for the New Years Run in NYC, a token, reminiscent of subway tokens, was an appealing idea. It’s made of pure silver and is the size of a quarter. Each one is hand made by Jen.
It comes in an archival coin display holder for $25, or as a pendant on black waxed cotton cord (16″ or 18″) with sterling ends and a sterling lobster clasp for $35. Or on a sterling chain for $45. In addition to the commemorative fish and apple, and “NYE, NYC, MSG”, all three show dates are inscribed among the lines on the edge. A limited edition of only 100 tokens will be made to order. This is definitely a collector’s item!
Jen is donating a portion of every sale to the Mockingbird Foundation because as important as art is to her, she couldn’t live without the music and she wants that to be true for future generations.
You can see more of Jen’s work on her website: www.jenniferkahnjewelry.comand purchase from her Etsy shop: www.jenkahn.etsy.com. You can also find her selling in Burlington, VT at various Holiday craft shows and on display at Trinket (28 Church St.) anytime.
This auction to benefit the Mockingbird Foundation is unique and custom made. Donated by Wear Your Music, the bracelet is created out of the guitar strings of Mike Gordon’s bass. This specific bracelet will be made to the specifications of the winner’s wrist.
Propelled by a love for music and a desire to give back to the community, Wear Your Music was founded by two people, music-loving financier Steve Bernstein and jewelry artist Hannah Garrison. Founded over coffee, Craigslist and a pile of guitar strings in August of 2007, the company and its guitar string bracelet projects have since raised nearly a half million dollars total for more than 60 charities.
Combining fashion, music and philanthropy, Wear Your Music has created two similar, yet distinct, lines of unisex music-related jewelry. The original line, the Wear Your Music Artist Bracelet, is a series of bangle-style bracelets crafted from used guitar strings, donated by over 150 artists (such as Eric Clapton, Jack Johnson, Bonnie Raitt, Trey Anastasio and Ani DiFranco). They are sold on the Wear Your Music website (below), with 100% of profits going to a charity selected by the artist. In this way, fans feel close to their favorite artist and the artist’s charity benefits.
The overwhelming response to the artist bracelets inspired the two to release a low-priced line of unisex, one-size-fits-all guitar string bracelets. Available in 7 colors, these have been very popular with nearly every age group and again, a portion of the profits is donated to charity. WYM also provides a range of other music merchandise, from charms to necklaces. WYM has received a warm media reception by such outlets as People, InStyle, Time Out NYC, The Today Show and MTV. Music fans on 4 continents have snatched up bracelets from their favorite artists, and the artists themselves have given the project their ready support and participation. Today, with more artists joining daily, there are no signs of Wear Your Music slowing down.
Hannah Garrison began crafting bracelets made from used guitar strings for musician friends and their families. Steve Bernstein was trying to find a unique way for guitar strings to garner advertising attention. He posted an ad on Craigslist that read: “Do you have any ideas for interesting products made with guitar strings?” Hannah contacted Steve and the Artist Bracelets were born.
Wear Your Music’s philosophy centers around love of music and an innate desire to contribute to more than their own pocketbooks. They also make jewelry, bracelets specifically, out of guitar strings donated from select artists. Each guitar string bracelet is handcrafted from recycled fine silver and guitar strings used and donated by a wide variety of artists (some below, more here). The bracelets can slip over your hand or a custom clasp is added.
The best way to measureyoursize is to use a string and measure the widest part of your hand when your hand is the smallest—like if you were reaching into a pickle jar. Measure the string in inches and this is your size!
The bracelets are packaged in recycled DVD cases with certificates of authenticity. Profits are donated to charities selected by the artists. Each bracelet is custom made upon order and production time can take up to three weeks before item ships.
With over 150 artists, Wear Your Music Artist’s Bracelets are a must have for any live music fan! Hannah adds, “Wear Your Music has become a brand that represents the intersection of music, fashion, and philanthropy.” Steve adds, “In growing our business, we won’t lose sight of our original goals: not only to do well, but to do good.”
Select artists of note include:
Al Schnier, Barry Sless, Bela Fleck, Ben Harper, Bill Nershi, Bob Weir, Bonnie Raitt, David Grisman, Brendan Bayliss, Michael Kang, Buddy Guy, Carlos Santana, Chuck Garvey, Dave Schools, Derek Trucks, Dweezil Zappa, Eric Clapton, G Love, GreggAllman, Jack Johnson, Mike Gordon, Jake Cinninger, Jim James, Jimmy Herring, John Bell, John Scofield, Jon Gutwillig, Keith Richards, Les Claypool, Marc Brownstein, Michael Franti, Oteil Burbridge, Pete Townshend, Reid Genauer, Rob Derhak, Trey Anastasio, Warren Haynes, Willie Nelson, Xavier Rudd and Ziggy Marley – and thats a SMALL sampling of the Artist Bracelets they custom make. Check them out at wearyourmusic.org