Artist Jim Pollock has been an important visual component of the Phish scene for the entirety of the band’s career, creating the album artwork for Junta and dozens of show posters throughout the year. Pollock’s unique linoleum technique and 19th century style makes his artwork instantly recognizable, and his talents have been used by countless artists, festivals and more throughout the last three decades.
With Phish’s two-night run at Chicago’s Wrigley Field set for June 24-25, the local Galerie F has announced a very special ’30 Year Retrospective’ exhibit featuring Pollock’s work on display. There will also be a new design for the Chicago Cubs, to be released on June 15th!
The exhibit will feature 500 of Pollock’s works over the last 30 years, with the option for fans to purchase some of the posters on display. It’s a great way to remember some of Pollock’s incredible artwork, as well as some of the events for which Pollock was commissioned.
For more information about the exhibit, be sure to head to Galerie F’s website.