One of the best things about the thriving phanart scene around Phish is the number of talented female artists bringing their creative visions to the fans and Alyssa Ray is no exception. You can see her art work on her website. Alyssa’s 2019 Summer Tour Print is truly a one of a kind. Her triumphant heroine evokes the Red Queen as she rides the Phish to victory like a triumphant Viking Warrior. The girl begins to levitate. This piece is amazing and a perfect to add for any collector who will never forget this Summer Tour. 50 Signed Editions are available for $50 each. Order yours on Alyssa’s website today!
Signed & numbered in pencil: limited edition of 50.
Looking for a one kind memento from every stop on Phish’s 2019 Summer Tour?!? Check out this set of Hand Carved Linoleum Mini Print Trading Cards from Dave Thomas. Each stop on the Tour has its own 2.5″ by 3.5″ card with art that references the venue and local area on the front while giving you all the key stats about Phish at that venue on the back. There are a total of 14 cards in the series. 1 for each of the 13 tour stops and 1 2019 summer tour card. These little cards are a perfect get – collectable, tradable and just plain fun. This is a limited Edition of ONLY 25 Completed and Signed Sets of this amazing series. DO NOT SLEEP on these! Only $25/SetOrder Yours now!
Ever love a song so much you want to wear it everyday? Well now you can thanks to the ingenious metal work of Earth Metal Spectrum. You can order a personalized necklace for your favorite tune. YEM, Piper, Ghost, even Backwards Down the Number Line (j/k), whichever tune you love most. Choose your favorite and order yours today! Starting at only $25 on Etsy! Have more than 1 favorite song or want to get one for your phriend? Order 2 or more and enter the code “Phanart2” for free shipping on your necklaces.
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.
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
Nick Doyle’s Dick’s print is a handprinted screenprint that measures 15” x 20” in an edition of 100. The poster is printed with 5 colors using water based metallic and non-metallic inks on 100% Cotton Canson Edition with one deckled edge. The price for these prints is $30 which includes shipping.
It takes 3 night’s to make a Dick’s run and 3 prints to make a Triptych, because 3 is a magic number! Check out TRIPP’s brand new Triptych celebrating Phish’s triumphant return to Colorado. You’ll feel like you’re a mile high as you look into this beautiful set of 10″ by 22″ prints. This new triptych is hand drawn and screen-printed on cotton paper using archival inks. These are a Limited Edition Prints, each hand signed and numbered by TRiPP and available for pre-order now and on lot in the TRiPPs Prints booth. Only $60 for the set! Click Hereand order yours now!
Presenting the original concert lot poster for Phish at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park in Commerce City, Colorado by Maria DiChiappari. A 11×17 digital print on card stock, these prints are in a limited edition of only 200 and are signed and numbered by artist Maria DiChiappari, and made with love!! These posters will be sold on lot all three nights or buy now for only $15 plus shipping!
Conor Brewster bring together a handful of hat and patch designs for summer tour.
SUMMER TOUR HATS
This special Limited Edition hat was made to commemorate these special Phish memories. The hat features a heather grey woolen fabric with navy blue accents. The brim and top button are lined in navy blue corduroy fabric. Embroidered on the front is Conor Brewster’s 2014 Summer Tour graphic. The hat is a snapback and is one size fits all. Only 50 hats are available online.
The front image is a reference to the sculpture “Reverence” which is located in Burlington, VT. As you drive into Burlington on RT 89, two large whale tails stick out of the earth on the side of the road. To the locals, these whale tails mean you are getting close to home (or leaving on a grand adventure!) The hat features this sculpture for a few reasons:
It represents Burlington, the origin of PHISH
The band members would see this sculpture every time they left Burlington to play a show, or arrived home after being on the road.
We made the tails purple, as in ‘PURPLE HUMPBACK WHALE”
Whales are kinda like big PHISH anyway, right? Kinda…
Embroidered on the side is the great, green state of Vermont, marked with a star on Burlington. It says “SINCE 83” above this image which represents Phish’s beginnings there in 1983!
This is a 4.5″ wide iron-on patch with many colors made to represent the effect of stage lights in the dark. This design was directly inspire by Lighting Designer Chris Kuroda’s Phish Rig. The scenes and effects he creates during the live shows are truly a form of fine art. Kuroda is so well respected by phans that he is often considered to be a “5th” member of the band, earning him the nickname CK5.
This patch was made to commemorate Phish’s 4th of July run in Saratoga, NY. Each firework on the patch represents a Phish song (or cover!) in the style of a vintage firework. This patch is a Limited Edition of 100, and measures 4.5″ in width. Great for hats, shirts, bags, and more!