Made by fan Kevin Smith, this design is an homage to the famous Helvetica Beatles shirt in 2001 by Experimental Jetset. Since our beloved Phab four have such infamous nicknames I thought it would make a great shirt. It’s a litmus test for who to separate the new Phan and who has been going to shows for a long time. Our own secret language. And just like the bobbleheads we are in the quasi-copyright free zone.
Shirts are printed on Hanes Beefy Ts, with more colors coming soon!
Wiseguys Comedy Club and Walk up Radio will be auctioning off 2 sets of 2 Phish tickets to the 11/22 show at the War Memorial in Syracuse. Fans 21 and older need to simply go to the comedy club on Wednesday 11/11 and/or 11/18 and Register to win. They will announce the winner on the 18th.
On the 18th, Walk Up Radio starts at 8pm. During Walk Up Radio, featuring guest hosts Gerry Macnamera (#3, basketball legend and epic legend) and former Tight End Chris Gedney, one pair of tickets will be given away.
Trivia starts at 9pm, so stick around for that, as the second pair of tickets will be awarded shortly thereafter.
The tickets are for seats in Section 2, row R, seats 6-9
Steve Rogers has made some great posters for 8. He printed these digitally on 80 lb card stock, the first run was of 30, but sold so fast he printed another 30. They came out great, with a solid Halloween look and 1/4 inch white oarder outline. The total run is going to be of 100, then thats all folks!
Steve will also be making posters for the upcoming Syracuse show, as it is a hometown show for him, and a college-hometown for PhanArt Pete. The Syracuse edition of posters will be limited to 94, in honor of the last time they played in Syracuse 11/4/94 – can you believe it will have been 15 years? It is also Steve’s 50th show and the site of his 1st. Make sure to buy him a beer if you see him.
If you prefer to use paypal, the address for Steve is firstname.lastname@example.org
About the artists: Steve Rogers graduated from The Art Institute of Pittsburgh and became a freelance designer. He has always been a fan of music and the art that goes with it. When he first saw a Pollock print he was hooked, and soon after he was following artists like AJ Masthay, and he became inspired to setup a website and make art that other fans would want to collect. His studio, SRDesignINK is the result of that inspiration. Steve puts it best by saying: “The music is more than a show and the fans outside are more than an experience. When I go to these shows with my friends they are memories I will always have, and the posters are visual memories of great times”