If you are among the connoisseurs of the Phish Scene’s Fan Prints, then you know Lizzy’s work. After her hugely popular Bakers Dozen Print, Lizzy and her unique aesthetic returned for the New Years Run with another brilliant installment. If you missed your shot to get one at the Phanart shows – You can order yours right from Lizzy’s website. Only $35! Just 70 prints in this run so Supplies are limited. Don’t hesitate. Order Yours Today!
You are bidding on a set of TWO Phish pins from Festival 8 in Indio, CA, TWO Posters from Festival 8 and a poster of the Phish 3D movie filmed at Festival 8
The items for this auction were donated by
Central Part of Town Pins – Wolfman’s Brother and Frankenstein pins
Lizzy Layne – Big Black Furry Creature From Mars Poster
Franky Scaglione – Octopus Festival 8 Poster
Phish 3D poster via opening night poster giveaway
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.
After a month of fundraising for the Japanese Earthquake victims, through the efforts of Ryan Kerrigan and Lizzy Layne. Between sales of their art seen below, PhanArt and Friends helped to raise $217.50 for Peace Winds America Japan Relief. You can still buy the posters for a limited time to continue the donations rolling in to Japan. The relief effort is far from complete there and any amount you can donate helps, especially if you get a cool piece of art in the process!
Special thanks to Ryan Kerrigan and Lizzy Layne for their extraordinary generosity in donating their art, both original pieces, to help this fundraising effort.
Lizzy Layne and Ryan Kerrigan have generously donated some of their original artwork to raise funds to benefit Peace Winds America’s Japan Relief Fund. Read below to see how you can help and the great art you can get in return for a small donation.
Lizzy Layne – Ningensei
Ningensei is the Japanese word for Humanity. This piece was created by Lizzy as a small contribution to help those affected by the recent disaster in Japan. Such tragedies remind you of the more important and less petty things in life and bring about a time where we must find compassion and humanity within ourselves. This piece of PhanArt, although targeted mainly to Phish fans, still has the entire nation in mind because music is universal and is one of the few other positive things that can bring people together. The original art will be auctioned off starting at $50 and 100 prints of the art will be sold online for $10 plus s+h. Prints of this original watercolor on rice paper painting measure 8″ x 12″
Feel good about helping those in need while getting back a fun piece of art in return!
Buy “Ningensei” prints below
Ryan Kerrigan ‘Nectar’s”
Ryan Kerrigan’s “Nectar’s” print debuted on 9/9/99 in Vancouver, British Columbia. Printed in an edition of 2000, most of these posters were sold on the Fall tour in 1999, and until recently the remaining posters were secure in a tube, waiting for a day when they would be available for purchase. The last 50 of these posters are available to benefit Peace Winds America’s Japan Relief Efforts. The poster measures 16 X 20 and is signed and numbered. This Poster is sold out!
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
This deer haunts our dreams. Now it haunts yours. Merry Phishmas!
Brooms in a field. Simple and done well. Classic Kerrigan.
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!
A street art feel and a play on words leads to a simple print that is anything but simple. Horan’s dedication to the craft is seen in the level of detail in this print.
A great font + the most iconic of NYC images + Phish = Phreedom. An amazing senior project and entry into the world of PhanArt
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.
and the #1 piece of PhanArt in 2010 is…………………..
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.
Last year we presented our first annual Heady Holiday Gift Guide. This year we add to this guide with an enormous amount of contributors and artists who have a wide range of gift ideas for you and your friends and family. Enjoy and share this site, you wont find these deals anywhere else, not even on Phish lot!
That unique design we all find familiar from a certain drummer is available in button form for only $3.20. You can order these by going to www.zazzle.com/katmama88
Branden Otto is offering deals on his Fall tour posters, a sample of which is seen below, with more here. you can get them for $10 each by sending money to firstname.lastname@example.org via paypal.
N02 shirts, 1 for $7, 2 for $10
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Stickers for PhanArt, always 1 for $3, 2 for $5. Specify which sticker you would like!
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Party Time Pins has some awesome deals on their pins, including Broomfield, Simple and our favorite, READICCULUS! Go here for more info and to order their pins.
Jiggs makes some of the most recognizable and creative shirt designs on the lot today. He has the following shirts available for $10 plus shipping. (Maze shirt is $15+s/h) Visit Jiggs Lot to pick up the shirts below!
Plus his WhaleCallers 1 for $3, 2 for $5 and Kuroda stickers are $1 each.
The first cookbook by Phish fans FOR Phish fans is available for purchase! PhanFood: From the Kitchen Pot to the Tour Lot is available at www.phanfood.com for only $19.95
Art Hoffman from Heady Threads has his shirts available for $15, like this Character Zero shirt. You can find more shirts and ordering info here.
YouEnjoyMe.com‘s Baby onesies and Toddler Tee’s. They are $15 each, 2 for $25 (with Free Shipping, if you mention PhanArt in your order, valid through 12/31!)
Max Kauffman’s Mockingbird shirt is available for $15 + s/h via his etsy store
Jennifer Kahn’s commemorative NYC NYE MSG subway token pendant makes for a great standalone commemorative token or can be bought as a necklace. Visit our blog post on her to read more and pick one up
Erin Cadigan has some great deals on her New Years posters from 2009 as seen below. With only a few left, she has each for sale for $25 (50% off the original cost). You can pick those and her other art – Mandala stickers, Halloween 2010 and Phamily Poker Classic posters at her store here
From Caimen Ruff, her first poster from the Charleston shows. Only $35 and only 6 left!
Touropoly – Deluxe edition
For $35, get the original version of Touropoly in its own box on a high quality 16×20 game board mounted on your choice of colored corrugated plastic. Includes directions, dice, play money, game pieces, Karma & Luck cards, music venue cards, and 40 Pop Up vending tents and everything you need to play the best new game on lot! (Beer and other accessories not included) Go here to pick one up
Jami Dudenhoeffer Phish Lithograph
About this poster: 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 edition of PhanArt: The Art of the Fans of Phish. To see more of Jami’s work you can visit her etsy store. Cost is $35 for one, $60 for two with $6 priority shipping
Jami Dudenhoeffer Mike Gordon print
About this poster: 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 edition of PhanArt: The Art of the Fans of Phish. To see other work of Jami’s you can go to her etsy store. Cost is $35 for one, $60 for two with $6 priority shipping
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The origin of the poster, from Lizzy Layne: This poster started with me wanting to do a poster for MSG and when thinking of concepts. I have been really inspired by typography-heavy design lately. The term “Fuck your Face“, along with the song that has been brought out of the vault lately seemed like a perfect fit for this style poster. In the end, I decided it is a broad enough concept that it doesn’t necessarily need to be a poster that is specific to New Year’s, but can just be a solid piece of PhanArt.
The poster is a 15 x 22″ 3 color silkscreen and costs $30 plus $10 for packaging and shipping fees.
Go here and bid on this auction for Mockingbird Foundation! A limited edition Telluride fan-patch and Lizzy Layne’s poster are included in this auction!
New PhanArtist Lizzy Layne has made some posters for Telluride that evoke a familiar image, without all that black and white. This edition of 75 prints is signed and numbered. The original hand illustrated prints are a 4 color silkscreen measure 15″ x 22″ and are printed on white stonehenge paper. (see more info below)
Lizzy will be selling the posters on site at Telluride for $20. She will have some prints available here on the PhanArt blog before and after the shows, until supplies run out. The prints cost $30 including shipping and handling.You can order at paypal.com – send money to email@example.com
For Lizzy, as an artist, her skills are emphasized in printmaking, painting, graphic design and illustration. She noted, “with the Festival 8 poster, I put those trades towards Phish for the first time. I have been a fan and seeing shows for a long time now and meshing Phish and my art just felt like the natural thing to do. I was very pleased with the outcome of this poster and plan on making many more creations in the future. Hmm….Vegas, perhaps?”
Lizzy has agreed to donate a few posters to PhanArt for future auction for Mockingbird Foundation.