This Thursday, we’ve unearthed some rare treasures from Jim Pollock’s vault!
Junta, Phish’s debut studio album, was released in 1988 featuring some of Jim’s art. A few years later, Phish’s re-release of Junta on CD sported some new art from Jim that’s now been held near and dear to Phish fans for decades! Jim’s long and storied history with the band is fascinating, and we’re excited to be able to offer Jim’s personal copies of the Junta print.
In addition, we’ve also got an allocation of Jim’s Screens n Suds prints! Screens n Suds is “a non-profit organization that raises money for Multiple Sclerosis Society and other charities.” Combining screen printing with beer crafting, Jim’s print is an ode to the charity’s decade of noble work!
Jim’s JUNTA print will be available via lottery on Thursday (8/6) @ 12PM ET on our homepage, Bottleneckgallery.com! The lottery will run until 12:30PM ET. Winners will be notified after the lottery has concluded through email, and they will have 15 minutes to complete their checkout. No purchase necessary to enter, simply checkout with the free lottery entry.
Jim’s Screens N Suds print will be available on Thursday (8/6) @ 12PM ET on our homepage, Bottleneckgallery.com!
Junta by Jim Pollock
12 x 25 inches
Signed and hand-numbered Artist Edition of 200
Available via LOTTERY ONLY!
Screens N Suds 10th Anniversary by Jim Pollock
2 color linocut print
9.5 x 22 inches
Signed and hand-numbered edition of 200