Tag: Jim Pollock

Interview: #GoVote Artist Jim Pollock

“I’m pretty up front about my political beliefs, but I like to see a good race. I’d like to see both parties thrive and to have more parity.” – Jim Pollock

Posted in Interviews, #GoVote artist interviews

HeadCount Holiday Fundraiser

For a little while now, HeadCount has been sitting on the MOTHERLOAD of signed posters and items from various festivals. So this year, we decided to hold a little fundraiser by auctioning them off for the holidays.

Posted in Music and Activism

Interview: Mock Show Founder Jason Kaczorowski

The greatly anticipated ‘Da Mock Show comes to Chicago next week. We sat down with Jason Kaczorowski – photographer, Phish fan and organizer of the event – to hear what it’s all about.

Posted in Music and Activism

‘Mock Show’ Draws Attention During Phish Run

Among the myriad of things to do during the sunny off hours of Phish’s four-night Miami New Year’s Eve run, the Mock Show topped the list for many. The poster and art exhibit featured the work of Jim Pollock, David Welker, Jeff Wood, AJ Masthay and many other artists and a set of music from…

Posted in Trends in Music and Society, HeadCount Community

Last Day To Vote On Poster Art

  Today is the last day to vote for the best Phish-related and political poster art of 2009, as HeadCount hosts elections in conjunction with The Mock Show. The Mock Show is an exhibit and market for poster art to be held in Miami on December 30 featuring the work of Jim Pollock, Jeff Wood…

Posted in Trends in Music and Society

Mock Show: Epic NYE Voting Begins

This and other awesome posters are on display over at our Mock Show: Epic NYE page, where voting in a “mock election” to decide the year’s best Phish-related art has begun. Categories include best official print, best fan print (including David Welker’s lovely “Lady of the Rock,” at left), best series, best non-poster art, and…

Posted in HeadCount Community

Great 8

With all their cool little touches, high fan energy, and powerful music, there’s really nothing quite like a Phish festival. But I’d say my favorite Phish event is Halloween. I’m very grateful to have been at every single musical costume dating back to Glens Fall in 1994. I always walked away with a new appreciation…

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Get Free Phish Food, Win Pollock Art At Festival 8

If you fancy yourself an “a-Phish-ionado,” or an expert on current events, you’ll have a chance to prove it at Festival 8. Just stop by the HeadCount tent and play “Reality Check,” our music and political trivia game show. The Grand Prize winner gets a one-of-a-kind piece of artwork by Phish poster artist Jim Pollock….