Marc Guertin made two unique prints for the recent Phish run at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park. The first print, Rocky Mountain “Weigh”, is a single color hand pressed block print. Printed on gorgeous 140lb watercolor paper (ships flat), this print is signed and numbered in an edition of 75. Print measures 9″ x 12″ and is available in Purple, Pink, Orange, Turquoise, and a Color Shift Red, Yellow and Orange. This print costs $15 which includes shipping.
The second print, ‘Phish at Dicks Sporting Goods Park in Commerce City Colorado, 2014’ is a four color, hand pressed, block print poster. It is printed on 100lb Stonehenge paper, with a deckle edge at both the top and the bottom. Signed and numbered edition out of 60, this print measures 11″ x 22″. The image was inspired by a trip to Phish’s recording studio “The Barn.” The outhouse, which is located at “The Barn” was used for the Farmhouse album cover. This print costs $30 and includes shipping.
These hand-pulled three color prints measure 19″ x 25″ and are printed on 100lb cardstock paper. They are each signed and numbered and come from an edition of 125. For those of you who don’t get the reference, google “Tricky Dick”. $15 shipped.
Rob also made the Gordon/Yarmouth Summer Tour 2014 Prints, this is his second time selling his work and he thought it was a great learning experience! Rob would like to thank everyone that bought some at the shows!
Michael Hunt made his first ever poster for Dick’s 2014 and has this to say about his art:
This is my first time diving into the design of a print for any music event. I have been an avid collector of concert posters for many years and creating one of my own has always been something I’ve been interested in. I finally decided to take a go at designing my own print for the Phish shows in Colorado and watching this concept go from an idea, to evolve in design and then see printed to a quality that I am satisfied with has been quite the journey. I hope you enjoy the finished product as much as I do.
These posters are 12×18, digital prints, printed on #100 Cover paper with a Matte Finish. A limited edition of 150, Signed & Numbered, these prints cost $20 + $8 Shipping. Click here to buy
Prints Caspian is doing a pre-sale on these I <3 Dick’s shirts. $25 gets one shipped to your door. Guys are on a Canvas 3001 style soft T-shirt (Steel Blue and Heather Navy) and ladies are on a Bella 8430 tri-blend racer back tank(blue Tri-blend) and Bella 6004 (Ocean blue) All pre-orders will be taken up until Aug 19th, then printed the next day and will ship Wed Aug 20th, so you will have them in time for Dick’s.
**If you want a special style or color, just email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can work something out!
Bryan Kirk is new to the site, and he arrives with a “Paul and Silas” shirt inspired by the USPS logo.
Sizes available: Adult S, M, L, XL, 2XL, 3XL.
He will be selling the shirts on lot at the following shows:
If you purchase a shirt on lot, it will cost $15. If you purchase online, it will cost $20, which also covers the shipping. Any shirt order placed online will be shipped when he returns from tour.
The Line, a song written about former University of Memphis basketball player Darius Washington Jr., who infamously missed two free throw attempts against Louisville in the 2005 C-USA Tournament Final.
Washington, with his team down two and no time on the clock, had three free throws to win the game. He made the first, and then missed the last two, causing his Memphis Tigers team to miss the NCAA Tournament, effectively ending their season. Washington’s failure and subsequent reaction is one of the most memorable college basketball moments in the past 10 years.
The Line is made of hard enamel and is 1.25” in size. This is a limited edition release with only 100 being made, you can secure your pin here for only $15.
The “Driver-In” commemorates the 2014 Summer Tour, with a classic “feel good” throwback theme to the good ol’ days of an American summer. The poster was developed from conception by artist John Ahrens, and in collaboration with graphic designer Charlie Albarran, to produce the final poster. Set in a classic drive-in setting, “The Driver-In” is alive and well, where colors and nostalgia abound and would make an excellent addition to any phan’s collection. Prints are standard size 18″x24″, digitally reproduced and are printed on 100lb cover stock with high quality hp inks. Cost is $25 with shipping included. The poster is signed and numbered in an edition of 300.
John will donate 15% from each sale to The Mockingbird Foundation. Pre-order is open now and will start shipping on July 8th.