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9th Annual Richmond, Va Screens ‘n’ Suds Pre-Sale!

Screens ‘n’ Suds is just 2 weeks away from our 9th anniversary party in Richmond, VA and we wanted to let previous customers know about a new t-shirt pre-sale and provide more info on the upcoming event.  Both the t-shirt and VIP tickets are available at http://screensnsuds.bigcartel.com
Thanks and #letskillMS
Screens ‘n’ Suds x Home Team T-shirt 

Screens ‘n’ Suds – 9th Anniversary Beer and Art Festival

Screens ‘n’ Suds Announce Fall 2014 Event and 6th Anniversary Small Batch Beer Series

On Saturday, December 6 from 1-6pm, the annual craft beer and art extravaganza of Screens ‘n’ Suds returns to Richmond in a new venue. The event, which will feature art vendors, Screens ‘n’ Suds’ beer inspired art print series, the release of five exclusive small-batch brews, and a world class taplist, will take place for the first time at The Answer Brewpub. As in past years, all proceeds from Screens ‘n’ Suds beer and art sales will benefit National MS Society and Gallery5, and for the first time, will support Richmond tattoo artist Amy McFadden’s Pink Ink Fund. Also for the first time, the event will feature a VIP experience which will include free merchandise and a private rare and vintage beer tasting hosted by Richmond celebrity bartenders! VIP ticket details will be announced in the coming weeks.screensnsuds-logo2-color

To date, Screens ‘n’ Suds’ beer and art fundraising activities in Richmond, Chicago, and beyond have raised over $100,000 for charities including National MS Society, Faison School for Autism, Virginia Association of Free Clinics, Gallery5, Young Artists of Virginia, and others, and in 2014 Screens ‘n’ Suds was chosen as one of three finalists in the Association of Fundraising Professionals’ National Philanthropy Award.

Screens ‘n’ Suds was started at Richmond’s Capital Ale House in 2009 as a way for Brian Gearing and Ric Hersh to finally get the poster show they wanted. Screens ‘n’ Suds has since collaborated with six Virginia breweries and over 50 participating artists from around the country, many of whom have created posters for national music artists including The Black Keys, Phish, My Morning Jacket, and many more.

The Screens ‘n’ Suds 2014 print series continues Sam Verrill’s mission to marry beautiful art to great causes. Seven years ago, he launched Screens ‘N’ Spokes, an art show and bike team, to benefit the Greater Delaware Valley chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. To-date, over 150 prints have been produced between the Spokes and Suds series, and including events, the team has raised over $200,000 for the MS 2014 continues Screens ‘n’ Suds Small Batch Brew Series, started in 2012 with a collaboration between Hardywood Park Brewery and Richmond screen print artists Itty Bitty Press, which yielded the inaugural brew, Quadrawine.

This year’s series features seven beers from six Virginia breweries: Hardywood Park, Three Brothers, Strangeways, O’Connor Brewing, and a collaboration between Champion Brewing and Lickinghole Creek. All the Screens ‘n’ Suds beers will be on draft at the event, as well as for sale in limited release bottles with label art designed by Screens ‘n’ Suds artists.

The event will also feature concert posters, art prints, wearables, and other merchandise, as well as the 2014 Screens ‘n’ Suds Print Series, featuring artists including Plastic Flame Press, Stronge Designs, Itty Bitty Press, Bizhan Khodabandeh, Ashley Phipps, Christian Leaf, Subject Matter Studios, Nicole Gomez, and more to be announced.

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Screens ‘n’ Suds 5th Anniversary Celebration Planned for October 28-November 2

On Saturday, November 2, Gallery5 will once again host the annual Screens ‘n’ Suds Big Event celebrating craft beer and screen printed art to benefit the National MS Society. In addition to the yearly celebration featuring Virginia and America’s finest craft beers, as well as screen print poster artists and Screens ‘n’ Suds’ annual series of beer-inspired screen prints, Richmond’s favorite beer and art geeks will celebrate their 5th Anniversary with five small batch beers from Virginia breweries paired with label art from some of their favorite collaborators.


These five unique brews will be available at select Screens ‘n’ Suds events during the week. At the Big Event at Gallery5, all five will be on tap and available for purchase in very rare, limited bottles. All proceeds from the sale of the 5th Anniversary Small Batch Series and 2013 Print Series will benefit the Central Virginia Chapter of the National MS Society. Below is the current full schedule of 2013 events, with more to be announced:

Mon 10/28 – The Camel | 1621 W Broad St, 804 353 4901 | www.thecamel.org Blue Mountain Tap Takeover & Steal the Glass featuring the first tapping of Foxy Mama Red Tripel. Full tap list TBD.

Tue 10/29 – Strangeways Brewing | 2277A Dabney Rd, 804 303 4336 |www.strangewaysbrewing.com Get Wyrd with Screens ‘n’ Suds and Strangeways! Get your first taste of Strangeways’ Screens ‘n’ Suds Small Batch Beers. The Wyrd Sisters are three different versions of a Belgian Tripel, each fermented on three different yeast strains: Celis, La Chouffe, and a Trappist yeast, then aged in oak barrels

Wed 10/30 – Midnight Brewery | 2410 Granite Ridge Road, 804 356 9379 Great beers from Midnight Brewery, plus the debut of Granite Oatmeal Stout. Beer art for sale from you-know-who.

Thu 10/31 – Hardywood Park Craft Brewery | 2408 Ownby Ln, 804 420 2420 |www.hardywood.com Celebrate Halloween at Hardywood and preview the 2013 print series. Enjoy the first tastes of their follow-up to last year’s Quadrawine collaboration. Further details TBA.

Fri 11/1 – First Fridays at Gallery5 | 200 W Marshall St, 804 644 0005 |www.gallery5arts.org https://www.facebook.com/events/298286410309869/ Screens ‘n’ Suds Five Year Retrospective Premier – A month-long installation of every piece of Screens ‘n’ Suds art produced since its 2009 inception, featuring artwork from AJ Masthay, David Welker, Marq Spusta, Itty Bitty Press, Plastic Flame Press, Christian Leaf, Tripp, Ryan Kerrigan, Dan Grzeca, Matt Leunig, Team 8 and many, many more! Also featuring performances by RVA Dance Collective, vegan victuals by RVA Vegan and music by Zac Hryciak & The Jungle Beat, The Late Virginia Summers, Hoax Hunters, and Glass Twin.

Sat 11/2 – Screens ‘n’ Suds Big Event | Gallery5 | 200 W Marshall St, 804 644 0005 | gallery5arts.org 5th Anniversary Celebration of Beer and Art to Benefit MS Society and Other Charities https://www.facebook.com/events/175449662638528/ • Enjoy outstanding, hand-picked craft beers from Virginia and around the world, including The Bruery, Center of the Universe, Devil’s Backbone, Dogfish Head, Extra Billy’s, Firestone Walker, Green Flash, Heavy Seas, Legend, New Belgium, Sierra Nevada, Smartmouth, Starr Hill, Terrapin and more! • Browse and purchase artwork, t-shirts and other items from vendors including Itty Bitty Press, Stronge Designs, Plastic Flame Press, Shawn Hileman, Crazy Redbeard and more TBA • Taste and purchase Screens ‘n’ Suds 5th Anniversary Small Batch Beers from Blue Mountain, Hardywood Park, O’Connor, Strangeways, and Three Brothers – available only at Screens ‘n’ Suds events! • First chance to purchase prints from the 2013 Screens ‘n’ Suds Series of beer-inspired screen prints, featuring art from Seansberg, Ashley Phipps, Christian Leaf, Brian Mandeville, Bomb Proof and more TBA! • Music by local DJ Reinhold, The Dave Marshall Experience and more • No cover charge. $5 suggested donation. All ages. 21+ to drink.

Screens ‘n’ Suds 5th Anniversary Small Batch Series Blue Mountain Brewery – Foxy Mama Red Tripel 8.2% ABV | 34 IBUs | 15bbl batch | 120 @ 750mL bottles Madly aroma hopped with French Strisselspalt, this one’s a real beaut. She’s brilliant reddish — very unique and tasty. Hardywood Park – Menagerie 11.8% ABV | 35gal batch | 100 @ 750mL bottles Three different stouts—aged in Jim Beam, Wild Turkey and Maker’s Mark Bourbon barrels—all blended together with a Belgian Strong Ale, then aged in a rum barrel for 2 months. O’Connor Brewing – Mermaid’s Milk Imperial Milk Stout 9.5% ABV | 55 IBU | 25gal batch | 120 @ 22oz bottles Strangeways – Wyrd Sisters 9% ABV | 20bbl batch | 33 @ 750mL bottles each The Wyrd Sisters are three different versions of a Belgian Tripel, each fermented on a different yeast strain — Cordelia (Celis), Ophelia (La Chouffe), Desdemona (Trappist) — then aged in oak barrels Three Brothers – Meet Brett IPA 6.7% ABV | 21gal batch | 100 @ 750mL bottles 100% Brettanomyces-fermented IPA

Screens ‘n’ Suds began in 2009 as a way for Brian Gearing and Ric Hersh to finally get the poster show they wanted in Richmond, VA.  When Capital Ale House was chosen as the venue for the event, it made sense to invite a few breweries to join in and slake the thirst of the art lovers in attendance.  Since that inaugural event, Screens ‘n’ Suds has raised over $100,000 for MS Society and local charities, and its list of partnering breweries and artists has grown from 15 to over 50, coming from all over the country, from Berkeley, CA to Omaha, NE, to just across the river on Manchester Island.

Last year, Screens ‘n’ Suds collaborated with Richmond’s Hardywood Park and Itty Bitty Press to create Quadrawine, its inaugural small batch beer. This year’s list of collaborators has expanded to five, and plans are in the works for bigger and better projects as Screens ‘n’ Suds pushes forward into the second half of its first decade of celebrating beer and art for charity.

The Screens ‘n’ Suds 2013 Series continues Sam Verrill‘s mission to marry beautiful art to great causes.  Five years ago, he launched Screens ‘N’ Spokes, an art show and bike team, to benefit the Greater Delaware Valley chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.  To-date, over 130 prints have been produced between the Spokes and Suds series, and including events, the team has raised over $160,000 for the MS Society.  In 2008 and 2009, he worked with the Independents Coffee Cooperative of Philadelphia to curate the Beans ‘N’ Screens show to benefit the fair-trade Cooperativa San Fernando.

PhanArt’s Fourth Annual Holiday Gift Guide

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 Schibi has free shipping on all orders and free prints when you spend $15 or more

Nate Duval’s holiday sale includes free shipping through 12/14 and deals for different days of the week

TRiPP is 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.

You only get one set of ears and if you see live music, your hearing can be damaged quite easily. Read a little about how earplugs are beneficial when seeing live music and pick up Pete’s recommendation – Hearos Xtreme Protection.


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.

Ryan Kerrigan has his NYE Canvas for sale, as well as handdrawn mandalas and butterflies

Jiggs has two of his prints from this summer available. 

Bader Field Posters: $15 shipped

Deer Creek posters: $20 shipped

Branden Otto has four prints just added to the site, and if you Buy 2, you get 1 FREE. Click over to see Branden’s latest and pick up some incredible art. He’s had an incredible year! All orders will also receive a promo code for 25% off Otto’s NYE poster that will be released in early December.

Marq Spusta has created “Morris” to help raise money for the MS Society via Screens ‘n’ Suds.  Morris is a 5″x7″ screenprint on textured paper and available in one of two variants, gold or vanilla for only $17. All proceeds go to MS Society! Plus, there are a ton of other great prints available as well! 


The PhanArt ‘Read the F#$%ing Book Club has reviews and links to buy all 14 books written on Phish, as well as reviews by members of the Phish community. Prices vary.

PhanFood cookbooks, 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.

The PhanArt ebook, published online in 2011, is available for iPad, Kindle, Nook and Tablets. You can pick them up for your ereader for $14-$25 dollars, with nearly 100% of profits benefiting The Mockingbird Foundation


The original Eat More Kale shirt (and hoodie) is available for $25

You Enjoy Me  –has onesies and tees for the little ones, with great prices – 2 for only $25!. Check out a gallery of designs from our writeup on them.

The Woods Tees in three colors are now discounted to $18!


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.

Plus there are Summer 2011 shirts for only $6 with free shipping

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!

Golgi/Google and the Mound/Joy pair of  pins are $15 each.


Ryan Kerrigan’s Happy Fish are only $15

Jiggs has his Kuroda pins for $10 each

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!


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!


Glowstickwars.com is having a Red, Green and Blue sale. From now until Boxing Day (thats December 26th to you and me, tubes of Red Show Sticks, Green Show Sticks, and Blue Show Sticks can be ordered from the GSW online store for as low as $6.49 per tube of 100 8″ glowsticks, with 100 bracelet/necklace connectors included. That’s a 35% discount! And remember, 10% of all Show Sticks sales are donated to The Mockingbird Foundation.  Take advantage of this great limited time offer and MAKE IT RAIN this Holiday season!


Stickers are a great stocking stuffer!

Jiggs stickers  include Kuroda / Laser Pointer and Stop Analyzing

Also, conceived by Andy Cary and designed by Jiggs is the runaway sticker design of the summer, “My Other Car is a Second Set Tweezer”, available in the PhanArt Store

YEMSG stickers, inspired by PhanArt Pete on 12/4/09 and designed by Jiggs are a classic and 1 for $3, 2 for $5. 

Read Icculus stickers from Christine Liotti are only 1 for $3, 2 for $5 and can be picked up here.

YEM WE CAN, celebrating both Phish and the President’s re-election are also 1 for $3, 2 for $5

YEM Family Decal stickers – A spoof of those stickers we see on the back of cars detailing who is in the family. Well, this one is for phamily, via Glowstickwars.com – less than Three Dollars!

Screens ‘n’ Suds Announces its Fourth Annual Richmond, VA Fall Event Schedule

Screens ‘n’ Suds’ mission is to enhance appreciation for craft beer and art while raising money for charity. “Screens” as in screen printing—posters, t-shirts and the like ‘n’ “Suds” as in beer—malt, hops, yeast and water. Since 2009, Screens ‘n’ Suds activities have generated over $50,000 for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society and other charities through sales of beer-inspired art donated by artists from around the country, MS Walks, beer dinners, and events.

Saturday 11/3/2012 is the Screens ‘N’ Suds Big Event from 4pm-9pm at Gallery5

  • No cover charge, suggested $5 donation.  All ages, 21+ to drink.
  • All proceeds from Screens ‘n’ Suds table sales and donations benefit MS Society and Gallery5.
  • Tentative Brewery line-up: Hardywood Park, Legend, Starr Hill, Midnight Brewing, Devil’s Backbone, Dogfish Head, New Belgium, Sierra Nevada, Blue Mountain, Terrapin, and St. George.
  • Screens ‘n’ Suds Inaugural Brew: Look out for a very special collaboration between Hardywood Park and Screens ‘n’ Suds.  There will be a very small amount of limited edition, signed and numbered bottles available at the event.
  • Screens ‘n’ Suds 2012 Fall Series for Sal
  • In celebration of Screens ‘n’ Suds 4th year, the 2012 fall print edition theme will be “Quad.”  In Suds terms, Quad is short for Quadrupel, a trappist style strong ale of great strength and flavor.  The strongest of the four common trappist styles, the Quadrupel is generally a dark ale with big flavors of dark fruit.  In Screens terms, artists explore the artistic world of “Quad” or “Four.”
  • Tentative list of artists contributing to the series: Itty Bitty Pressaelhra, A Firebird Surrounded, Plastic Flame Press, Benjamin Chan, Branden Otto, Praxium PressJason TaylorThe Bungaloo, Horan/Andershock Collaboration, Ashley Phipps, Doe Eyed Design, with many more TBA.
  • Approximately 10 artists from all over the country will be at Gallery5 displaying and selling art.  Confirmed displaying artists include: TrippItty Bitty PressRyan Kerrigan, with many more TBA.
  • A silent auction and a raffle for gift certificates, prints, and other goodies during the event.
by Jim Pollock

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Events for Screen ‘n’ Suds

Belgian Beer Dinner Friday 10/12 at 7pm at TJ’s Restaurant at The Jefferson Hotel

  • Belgian beers, including Trappist, Abbey, and American-Brewed Belgian-style beers paired expertly with several mouth-watering courses prepared by TJ’s award-winning chefs
  • Screens ‘n’ Suds prints and tees available for purchase benefitting charity
  • Menu, beer pairings, and pricing will be available shortly.
  • RSVPs are required.

Screens ‘n’ Suds Halloween Fan Bar Crawl, including a scavenger hunt for prizes, Wednesday 10/31 at 6pm, at several baris in Carytown and The Fan

Screens ‘n’ Suds Fall 2012 Print Series preview and first tasting  Thursday 11/1 from 4-9pm  at Hardywood Park Brewery

Gallery5 First Friday Opening and Fall 2012 Print Series preview with beer from featured Virginia Breweries and screen print artists displaying and selling their art and merch Friday 11/2 7-10pm at Gallery5

Screens ‘n’ Suds Big Event RVA – QUAD – Four Years Celebrating Beer, Art, Music and Charity – Saturday 11/3 at Gallery5. More info here
Second Annual Autumn Bottom Brews & Art Show Featuring Local Brews, Food, Live Music, and Art Sunday 11/4 12-5pmat 17th Street Farmers Market


AJ Masthay Screens and Suds poster “Brew Master” on sale NOW

From AJ Masthay:

I love beer. So when a great organization like Screens & Suds asks if I’d be willing to create a beer related print for their fundraiser, it’s a no-brainer. This one goes out to all the artists who prefer to use hops and barley as their inks, and clean, crisp water as their canvas – to the BrewMasters!

These five color linoleum block prints are from an edition of 120 and are printed on archival quality Canson Edition paper stock. A portion of the edition has already sold out at last weekend’s Screens and Suds event in Virginia. My allotment of prints will be available on MasthayStudios.com this Wednesday, November 9th, at 12 noon EST. Is it too early to mention what a great holiday gift these would make?… Yes, yes it is, but I said it anyway didn’t I… As always feel free to email me at info@masthaystudios.com with any questions, concerns, comments, etc. Oh and by the way, I have begun work on my first ever quadtych (4 prints that work together to form a giant freakin image). I’ll let you guess what event its for….. stay tuned for more info!