A New Years Run in NYC isn’t complete without a little YEMSG love! A new batch of 2″ x 2″ stickers have been printed up for the fall. so pick them up today! These stickers are smaller than the previous size, and the price has been adjust accordingly.
From the great minds at PhanArt and the talented designs of Jiggs, we bring you a limited time offer for the newest sticker available on lot this coming NYE Run….
The inspiration for these stickers came at about the 12:24 mark of the YEM at MSG 12/4/09.
Inspired by the epic jam in Tahoe, here’s the obvious adaption of the ubiquitous Lake Tahoe icon on t-shirts and stickers. The first round of printing (which he did all by himself) was in high demand and sold out quickly. He’s returned to make these available in more colors and in stickers – see below for ordering links. 10% of the all profit go directly to The Mockingbird Foundation!
There is quite a background on this design. Remember the “Keep Trey Sober” stickers? The original version that design is based on is “Keep Tahoe Blue,” a non-profit “dedicated to protecting, restoring, and advocating for the ecosystem health and scenic beauty of the Lake Tahoe Basin.” You can check them out here:
In order to make these widely available and sold on-demand, he is using Zazzle to handle printing and shipping. They will handle all sales logistics: shipping, handling, returns/exchanges, etc. They have a 100% guarantee and frequently run sales, discounts, etc., so be sure to read all the fine print before ordering!
These stickers, made by John Stimberis (Stimbuck) reflect on the ever-present Marathon stickers that say 13.1, 26.2, etc… depending on how much distance running you fancy. Phish fans might like to run, but we do prefer a nice long ‘Run Like an Antelope’ as well. So this sticker is tongue-in-cheek towards runners out there, in a way only phans can understand.
To purchase this sticker, follow these steps:
Step 1) Go to mbird.org
Step 2) Donate at least $5
Step 3) Send your receipt, along with your name and mailing address to stimbuck (at) gmail.com
Step 4) Receive one decal for every $5 donated
Based on a concept by Chris Ehrens and artwork by Shawn Dos Santos, comes a new shirt and pin inspired by the song Julius and incorporating the iconic basketball player of the same name. The pin, a hard enamel pin measuring 1.5″ tall costs only $13 and is backstamped with ‘Don’t Take Another Step’.
You can also pick up stickers now too! 1 for $3, 2 for $5, naturally.
First conceived and designed back in 2012, ‘My Other Vehicle is a Second Set Tweezer’ is now a classic Phish sticker. The idea for the sticker came from Andy Cary and was designed by Jiggs for PhanArt, and has been on sale ever since.
Annually, to give back to the community, a sale is held to benefit The Mockingbird Foundation. Net proceeds from the sale of ‘My Other Vehicle is a Second Set Tweezer’ stickers between 10am Nov 19 and 10am Nov 21 will benefit music education through Mbird.org.
Stickers are 1 for $3 and 2 for $5. Order below or in the PhanArt Store.
Quinn came across a handful of this sticker he made for Coventry in 2004. “This DWD sticker is pretty self explanatory. My favorite band in the world broke up & although I was totally bummed, I wanted to say thanks for the best times of my life. Beneath the DWD lyric, it says “THANK YOU PHiSH! Aug. 14 & 15, 2004 COVENTRY, VT.” I think it’s fitting that it’s in funeral black too.
Our latest auction for The Mockingbird Foundation featured three Phish shirts, a copy of the novel ‘The Melody of Motion: Following Phish and Widespread Panic’ autographed by author Carl Cole and a ‘Trey, please save me from your followers’ sticker.
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.
Makisupa Stop and Search was designed by Buds, a take on the Mr. Brainwash’s original art. The shirt size is Large on a Hanes tagless short sleeve t-shirt
Alaska, I’ll Stay Right Here is designed by Kale Worden featured the Moose image on the upper back of the short sleeve shirt, which is size XXL on a Gildan t-shirt
The Melody of Motion: Following Phish and Widespread Panic is a novel written and autographed by Carl Cole. Carl spent many years on Phish and Panic tour and this book is a testament to the bonds developed through the traveling fans that cross the country to see the music each night. For an in depth review, visit https://www.phanart.net/?p=5129
Trey, please save me from your followers sticker is made by Jiggs
Otis Redding shirt is a reference to the Phish song ‘I Didn’t Know’ with a picture of Otis Redding on the front and ‘I didn’t know that I was that far gone’ on the back. The short sleeve shirt is a size XL