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
Hey folks, I love Phish, and I Iove camping. I’ve been seeing Phish since the early 90’s, and I’ve been to most of the Phestivals. I love ’em. Can’t get enough. I make Ph pins, and this is my 1st solo project. FISHMAN (like COLEMAN) This idea popped in my head as a bridge between the two. Nice, clean and simple. Mumu for a lantern. ha ha. Looks good on anything, especially when worn in the great outdoors. Yeah, it’s wintertime + holidaze…so it makes a great gift too.
This pin measures 1.5″X .5″, made with hard enamel, 2 posts with black rubber clutches in a Limited Edition of pins numbered 1-100 with the i.Gene logo. Cost is $12.50 shipped USPS First Class with tracking. Check out my other pin w/ Jason Oestele: Sugar Shack Pins presents….. Nelson / HAHAHA
From SugarShack Pins comes Nelson from The Simpson’s, set in a Phish/Dead environment. Nelson pin pokes fun at that dynamic, as he wears his 13 point bolt and points mocking – “HA HA HA”
What the pin represents…a social commentary:
Nelson represents the Bully mentality. Senseless, Baseless Bully-ing and mocking. If Nelson was part of our concert scene, (IMO) he’d be a Deadhead. So being a Furthur/Deadheadhead he would most likely participate in the hating that goes on toward Phisheds… He would most certainly use is most popular mock – HA HA ! but since he’s mocking Phisheds…He’d modify it to the situation to make it more personal to those listening…HA HA HA ! using the Phish song title to antagonize his victims. What’s the point ? There is none. Nelson belives you are not as cool as him, so he mocks you. But he’s an idiot, and an asshole. He’s in touch with his inner Bully/moron, and behaves that way.
Much the same thing goes on the the real word. Deadheads hating on Phisheds for no reason. WHY ? We both do the same thing… Devote all our time and efforts to go see and follow a band we love. Who cares what someone else is doing. Do your own thing. But the Nelsons in the Dead community seem to rear their unenlightened heads, and spout hate.
This pin is 1.5″ tall, has two posts with metal clutches. Made with hard enamel with the Sugar Shack Pins logo on the back, this series is not numbered, but only 100 were made. The pin will not be reprinted and there will be no variants. The pin costs $15 and is shipped USPS 1st class with tracking.