Like Minded Productions as released the preview of the poster made in conjunction with the Phish/Bill Graham shows in San Francisco next weekend. If you are going to the shows in San Francisco, these posters would be a great commemoration. The limited edition series of posters are numbered out of 80 and are giclee prints done on 210 gram Textured fine art paper measuring 17″ x 22″. Each print is archival and signed and numbered by the artist, Michael Ortiz. Each poster is $30 plus shipping. Visit www.michaelortizart.comto order.
Also, for Denver area art fans, this weekend is the ‘ASCENSION’ art and music show at Knew Conscious Gallery, located at 2700 Walnut Street in the RiNo Art District, not far from Coors Field. This show features Michael Ortiz and Jon Lamb from Like Minded Productions and many other great artists. More information can be seen below and at www.knewconsciousgallery.com
Welcome to PhanArt Pauly Pins! Pauly has a nice variety of pins to offer, inspired by Phish and for sale on PhanArt and at all four California shows this month.
4/2/98 Nassau Setlist Pin
The old School notepad Setlist Pin features the classic show from The Island Tour, 4/2/98. The pin is in the limited edition of 100, each one numbered and with two backposts. The cost is $12 with $2 shipping
Sugar Shack is a limited edition pin in a series of 100, back-stamped with it’s number and double posted, measuring 1.5” on soft enamel. The concept of this pin came from Jen Mansky with artwork by Christopher Urban. The cost is $10 with $2 shipping
The Old Home Place/Mr. Ph Pin is a 1.5″ die struck soft-enamel pin with epoxy, glitter and two backs in a limited edition of 100. This pin is a tribute to Pauly’s favorite baseball team and favorite band. The cost is $15 with $2 shipping.
Shafty measures 1″ Vertically x 1.5″ Horizontally in a limited edition of 100 pins and uses 5 different glitter colors! The quote “The terrible thing about hell is that when your there you can’t even tell” is on the front of the pin. The cost is $10 with $2 shipping.
The Bill Graham Civic Auditorium was built in 1915 and has a lot to do with SF history as do the Bay Bridge, The Golden Gate Bridge and Sutro Tower, all real classy things, just like Phish. A three-night indoor light show as well, this pin was done working with Ryan Kerrigan. The pin is in a limited edition of 100, measures 3″ x 1.25″ and costs $20 with $3 shipping