Phish Hampton 99 Pollock Poster RARE 1999 -- Yeah, that one Numbered and Signed. If you are viewing this, you likely know how rare this one is History: I got it at the show. Since my wife and I secured seats (GA) and weren't on the floor, I was able to tuck the poster (in tube -- pun intended) under our seats to keep it safe. I was lucky enough to buy the next to last one. 599 of 600. I asked if I could have 600 instead, and was told no way, that he was keeping that one Fast forward 20 years, an...d sad to say, it's been sitting in the tube, loosely rolled, ever since. I had aspirations of getting it framed, but never got around to it. At this point of my life, I'd rather it help pay for my kid's education, and get it to the hands of someone that will enjoy it properly. I am not taking any effort to flatten it at this point, as I don't want to tear or mess it up...If you buy it, I'm sure you'd rather frame it the way you want to anyway.Charging 35 for shipping to cover getting product to you safely and securely. Feel free to ask questions.
Super rare this is number 6 of only 20 printed. Harder to find than almost all other commercial releases this artist has ever done in his career. And the backstory makes it unique. Jims father was an oil man and Jim Pollock has a long history of prints commenting on gas and oil consumption, so this fits nicely into this category of his career. The car is chasing the gas pumping fuel manFor a good part of his career from early 2000s to 2013 Jim used and antique Washington press for all of his pri...nt work. That all changed when the fuel man showed up, and I quote:This is the print that I broke the Washington Iron Hand-press on. While printing the first or second impression of the black plate, I heard this large crack and then a puff of iron dust and then a total loss of pressure on the plate. The Washington was done. I recently finished this one on the Vandercook- Jim Pollock, 2013So there you have it. The transition piece from one epic era of JPs printing career to another. And only 20 of these exist to prove it. An awesome image of one of Jims famed subjects throughout his career.Measures 11.5 x 11.5Signed and numberedI bought a couple of these from his website when originally released in 2013, and now find myself with medical bills and slow work and holidays coming, so thank you for looking.
I purchased this in 1999. I have hung it throughout the years but never in a room full of sun. The colors havent faded. There are 3 tiny stains on different corners as can be seen in the pictures. Barely noticeable and I believe thats the only issues with it after 20yrs. Oh and a few tack holes in the corner. Again, tiny flaws. Feel free to ask any questions. This is a rare item and probably one of few still in this type of condition.
Poster is in excellent condition. Poster is numbered 89100 and signed by artist Craig Brumfield .Shipping is 7.00 for Priority mail in the United States. International buyers message me for shipping quote.