The Mockingbird Foundation has the pleasure of joining Phish community artists at the upcoming PhanArt Show at The Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas on Saturday, October 29th from 1-6pm.
Art collectors won’t want to miss this one! In addition to selling copies and taking orders of The Phish Companion, 3rd Edition at our event price of $39 (including free shipping), we will be cracking open The Mockingbird Foundation art archives to offer the few “stashed away” extras of some of our most coveted art prints.
At the show, we will have very special “get them before they’re gone” pricing on many high quality art prints commissioned for Mockingbird. We’ll have copies of all eight prints illustrating each chapter in Phish Companion, by esteemed artists like Welker, Masthay, Hutton and Duval. We found a few copies of the rarest variants—from foil and glow in the dark editions of Welker’s “Rutherford the Brave,” to the rare foil variant of Masthay’s “blow/suck” illustration of the current era as well as “I Don’t Want a Goldfish” variants by Brian Bojo. We will even some early editions of rare Gamehendge-themed prints from AJ, like “Famous Mockingbird” (LE of 50) and “Wilson’s Winning Hand” (Lake Tahoe). All at amazing one-time special pricing!
Additionally, we’ll have some great new prints! Ryan Kerrigan debuts his new “Evolution of a Costume”—a glorious Mockingbird-exclusive screenprint celebrating the Phish Halloween tradition. Ryan will be meeting fans and adding custom remarques (doodles/drawings) at the art show. We’ll have Isadora Bullock’s new “Out of Control”—a stunning linocut antelope vision. And we’re bringing AJ Masthay’s new “No Future at All” - a fresh take on a Gamehendge classic that simply must be experienced in person.
Additionally, we’ve put together special Companion bundles only available at this PhanArt show that include extra goodies with your book purchase.
Do we need to clarify “goodies”? We’re not talking just stickers and buttons, we’re talking badass jerseys, photography prints that go pow and previously unavailable artwork.
Lastly, in appreciation of the overwhelming support of The Phish Companion this tour, we will be hosting an hourly drawing throughout the day, including an awesome “Ultimate Phish Companion” grand prize.
Want to help us at the event? If you’re interested in volunteering for The Mockingbird Foundation during the PhanArt Show, contact Ali Stone (AliStone@mbird.org).
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