Hi I am selling 25 dollar vibrant poster prints of my watercolor paintings
I have Jerry, Bob Weir , Ratdog, Mickey and Bill, Bruce Hornsby and Brent,
They are 11 x 17 and you can get a frame in 11 x 17" at Michael's craft stores for under 20
I also have high quality giclee' textured watercolor paper prints or prints on canvas of these paintings starting at 75 dollars for 16" x 20" and up from there
You can see my paintings on my dead.net page called
Shipping is another 5 dollars to ship in a tube
I have T shirts too for 25 of my designs incl shipping
I'm a fan of Dee's art and was lucky enough to work with her for a couple of years on an erstwhile client's newsletter. It was a treat to see what she'd come up with for each issue, and the Valentine art sits above my desk to this day. No doubt the resemblance of the dog to my Rex has something to do with it of course, but Dee rocks.
I am an artist and I have a little company called Get Off The Furniture! for all us pet lovers out there. Please visit my site (link below) to see my stuff. Contact me by e mail on site or through this site for more info and to buy. T shirts etc, fun unique holiday gifts!
Dee D D'Amico
I have a new CD of original songs that follow in the spirit of the 60's music scene. This is fitting, since that was my "coming of age" time. Check out samples, download tracks, the whole disc, or even get a real hard copy of it at:
I own a black XL jacket autographed by the band in 1992.
Autographs are on the leather sleeves and have been protected. Autographs include Jerry Garcia, Bob Weir, Bill Kreutzmann, Phil Lesh, Mickey Hart & Vince Welnick
Would love this vintage jacket to go to someone who appreciates the band.
If interested send me a private message.
Does anyone know if I should be worried about selling stuff outside the Warfield in SF the night of the Rex Benefit? I don't have a license
I sell a variety of new Grateful Dead clothing and accessories on Ebay. I have many officially licensed items. I sell new things each week, so keep checking my seller ID! Just do an advanced search and type in my seller ID: hippymoni.
Mary, they do look great as curtains :-)
I sold off the bigger stuff I had this past summer. I've been wanting to get back to the basement and get the gears rolling again.
The only problem with special orders is the time and material cost and the potential for an item to not turn out or to not be what someone else envisioned.
I've told people in the past that it is best to look at what I have and see if there's anything they like.
I would have no problem with suggestions or inquiries though.
Here's a link to the biggest dye I've made so far...I think it's 7'x15'
The file is 447 KB in size
They built Alpine when I was 10...
Your shirts are incredible! Will definitely be buying some. Thank you for posting. Oh by the way, I lived near Burlington, Wisconsin for 9 years in my childhood, actually close to Alpine Valley before there were shows there. Dates me. Peace to you and keep on, keepin on with your dyes.
If the doors of perception were cleansed, everything would appear to man as it is, infinite.
This is a theoretical question for the moment, but might be of interest to others also--do you take special orders? Specifically, I'm thinking the designs on the tapestries would look great on curtains, which would be much bigger pieces of fabric. Is that practical?