We need a candidate who we can believe in, one who knows what life is really like for people, one who tells it like it really is, and one who isn’t afraid to wear a dress! Fishman for President 2020 are screen printed on navy blue t-shirts.
For their Vegas Joker pin, they used Die Struck Enamel w/ dye black finish, sparkle red donuts, with teeth and eyes that glow in the dark. Double posted, this pin is in an edition of 100. Pick one up here!
About the artist: DJ Stenny, aka Steven Stentiford is an open format DJ specializing in contemporary dance music including EDM, Top 40, hip-hop, indie and rock. After serving with the United States Marine Corps in 2002, Stenny began collecting vinyl and building his interest in music. Soon after, he began seeing Phish and in 2016 he saw his 80th show. Being a self taught illustrator, he began designing shirts, pins & spray painting canvases.
Fall is here again, and with it this year, another Phish fall tour, culminating in a 4 night Las Vegas run for Halloween! Sure to be one of the best runs of the year, Gay Anastasio has once again chosen to celebrate the festivities in poker chip form.
A limited edition of only 300, both sides of this chip feature artwork by the multi-talented Michael Babb (Jiggs Lot)! Ceramic pro quality chips, these are the same kind that casinos use. Graphics are printed right on the chip, no stickers.
While Gay was not certain on doing a chip for this run, inspiration struck him one morning after the Dicks shows in September. Fortunes can be made or lost in Sin City, but after 4 nights there, I think it is safe to say… we are all gonna get our ass handed to us! I had a rough idea for the jackass, brought to life by Jiggs, but what kind of an establishment would use chips like these? On the front we welcome you to “Kitty Malone’s Cabaret and Casino”! Have a drink, play a game, watch the dancers! The smell of mule thick in the air! On the back, that same jackass of a mule kicks you out of town after draining you dry. Order here.
On sale this Wednesday October 15th at 12pm EST are two fall posters from AJ Masthay.
The first is the official print for the Gov’t Mule Fall Tour 2014. A show edition of 400 and an artist edition of 50 were printed on Canson Edition Antique White paper with a single deckled edge along the bottom. Each print is signed & numbered by the artist. Please limit 2 prints per person. There are a very limited number of variants available and you can see images on AJ’s Facebook page.
AJ’s “Halloween VEGAS Viking Warrior”, for the Phish Las Vegas run October 31st-November 2nd. An 8-color linoleum block print in an edition of 100, these are printed on Canson Edition Antique White with a single deckled edge along the bottom. These prints are currently in production and below you can see the OG pastel & charcoal artwork. The prints will be very similar but more crisp, vibrant and intense. Variants will be available at a later date. Limit 2 per person.
Both prints cost $40 plus shipping and go on sale Wednesday, October 15th at 12pm EST. Please note – these prints (and any orders including these prints) will not ship until the first week of November.
New from PhanArt in 2011 isour weekly Friday Feature: This Week in PhanArt History. Each piece of art we share is from days of Phish in the past, typically from the 1.0 and 2.0 eras, something of note that fans of all ages can appreciate that is featured in the book PhanArt: The Art of the Fans of Phish, with some commentary on the piece by PhanArt Pete. If there is a piece of art or genre of PhanArt you would like to see, leave a suggestion in the comments below.
Submitted by Frank and Christine Cortazzo, this sticker takes the iconic ‘Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas’ and changed it to ‘We Come for Fabulous Phish’
Created by Not Pollock, these prints are given out free to a lucky few in the lots. As the saying goes, ‘If its not free, its not Not Pollock’
By Jason Lees, This Joker poster has a playing card design with reflections on both side of the joker in his 3-coned cap, hoisting a martini with his purple humpback whake and showing his cards: 15, 16, 17, the April 2004 dates.
Isadora Bullock‘s Elvis poster has The King riding The Famous Mockingbird into outer space (where many of us would have blasted off to, had the shows not been a barrel of meh) holding The Helping Friendly Book.
Troy Alexander, Canadian artist extraordinaire and Eh-List Phish fan made numerous amazing posters of this caliber in the Phish 2.0 era. The detail on the upside down faces, mandalas in the center and vivid coloring made this an easy collectors item in the Spring of 2004
Eric Hanson created some amazing posters for Big Cypress, 12/31/02 and Vegas ’03, as well as others. Below are some of the prints he has made that are still available.
The Big Cypress Poster
This 11×14″ poster is screen printed on 80lb Hemp stock. The design shows the earth and concert location in florida. A bi-plane is pulling a banner around a Cypress Tree which is juxtaposed with the hour glass of time passing sand from one millennium into the next. In the upper capsule a silhouette of some band members are rocking their way into a fishbowl below. Two thousand posters were made for this Y2K event and probably half of them were sold at the show. These posters are printed in four different colors: forest green, jet black, royal blue, and majestic purple. They look great when hung together on a wall with a glass and clip frame.
This poster was produced in extremely limited numbers using a unique inkjet process. Only 37 prints were produced, each one signed and numbered and included an artists certificate of authenticity. This 8×10″ poster commemorates the New Years Eve Show in 2003. At the bottom of the poster a page of a book, a fast food trey, a john, and mike are featured in front of the New York city skyline. In the background a cars tires are making contact with a long road leading to a circus with gates that appear to read “MSG.” Some giant chess pieces in the field dot the journey of fans. A pocket watch dangling from the car reads: About time for another trip which can be read starting from any word in the phrase. The border of the poster is decorated with a maze. These posters are no longer available for sale.
Viva Las Vegas
This 11×16″ poster is from a series of 250 prints, each one signed and numbered. It was made to commemorate the Las Vegas show on February 15 and 16, 2003. This richly color copied print features Las Vegas scenery: five elvis characters on a roller coaster, suzy slot machines, a roulette wheel, a classic .99 cent foot long hot dog sign behind a flying hot dog, a pair of rolling dice, billy and his cat walking out toward Red Rocks, some lizards and more. There are several of these posters available as they were released when the lot poster crackdown began. It was deemed too “phish like” by the undercover authorities roaming the lots, confiscating artwork.