Isadora Bullock’s latest print, “Light”, is a three-color linocut print, with the first layer a three-color fade. Isadora shares: “This is a very intricate print. I spent over 45 hours carving the block in total (much longer then usual), not including the printing and design time. I have been working on it since Dicks and am very excited about how it turned out. Special thanks to Chris Kuroda for the inspiration.”
The print measures 15″ x 21.5″ in a limited edition of 100. This print will ship at the end of February. Buy now for $35 plus shipping.
Justin Braet and a friend made this Light/Lipton lot sticker. “Growing brighter now” is a very symbolic lyric in reference to the band and the song itself. The song has come such a long way and has produced some very amazing jams. Shouldn’t we all purify our souls with some Light?
These stickers sell 1 for $3, 2 for $5, 5 for $10, and Justin will donate a dollar of each transaction to The Mockingbird Foundation.
Paul Siegell, author of the Phish-inspired jambandbootleg, recently went live with a whole new series of minimalist, concrete poetry t-shirts and apparel for men, women and children. (There are even some thongs in there.) Quality, customizable items of humor, Helvetica and thought – and all at kind prices from $14-19
From Lori Hartlein come two very unique pieces of Phish phan art.
“I couldn’t resist the Kuroda play-on Crayola. Since Chris is the “5th member of the band” and is being recognized more and more for his talent, I felt a box of 6 crayons in a clear plastic box reading “CK5” / “Kuroda Colors light” to honor Chris Kuroda, Phish’s light director. The box is stashy and reuseable and comes with Phish related artwork coloring paper. Great for kids!” Cost is $5
“Tell us a story, Trey?” Buttons are hand drawn art in a 2.25″ pinback button referring to The Man Who Stepped Into Yesterday and the way Trey talks to audiences during songs such as Colonel Forbin’s Ascent. The cost is 1 for $3, 2 for $5 with $1 shipping and handling.