1. Oh, hey! That’s just Phil Lesh from The Grateful Dead rocking one of Jim’s mosaic’d belt buckles, specially made and given to him personally by Jim’s cohort, Al Bonsignore.
Lesh and Bob Weir, currently touring together as Furthur, are playing an 8-night stand at the Beacon Theatre April 9th – 18th.
Perhaps you’d like to sport one of Jim’s buckles at the show? They’re Built To Last and you’ll be the Pride Of Cucamonga.
You can browse the entire line of one-of-a-kind buckles in The Official Mosaic Man Collection on Etsy.
AND JUST FOR VIP’s: Use Coupon Code ‘FURTHUR12’ at checkout for 12% Off your entire order!
And more info on the Furthur 2012 Summer Tour here.

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    Oh, hey! That’s just Phil Lesh from The Grateful Dead rocking one of Jim’s mosaic’d belt buckles, specially made and given to him personally by Jim’s cohort, Al Bonsignore.

    Lesh and Bob Weir, currently touring together as Furthur, are playing an 8-night stand at the Beacon Theatre April 9th – 18th.

    Perhaps you’d like to sport one of Jim’s buckles at the show? They’re Built To Last and you’ll be the Pride Of Cucamonga.

    You can browse the entire line of one-of-a-kind buckles in The Official Mosaic Man Collection on Etsy.

    AND JUST FOR VIP’s: Use Coupon Code ‘FURTHUR12’ at checkout for 12% Off your entire order!

    And more info on the Furthur 2012 Summer Tour here.

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    Also Like Jim on Facebook or Follow him on Twitter @MosaicManNYC

  2. Jim’s Fillmore East pole at the corner of 2nd Ave and 6th St…just in front of the  old Fillmore East  Emigrant Bank.

    This week marks the 40th Anniversary of the closing of the Fillmore East. Click here to read a letter penned by producer Bill Graham announcing the formal closure. The letter originally appeared in the Village Voice on May 6, 1971.

    It’s really something up close.

    Be sure to check it out for yourself. 

    And help support the next pole here!

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    Check out The Official Mosaic Man Collection on Etsy and CafePress for belt buckles, t-shirts and a variety of other items featuring Jim’s designs. Proceeds go toward supporting Jim’s work on The Mosaic Trail.

    Or you can make a donation here.

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