These 3.25"ornament will be perfect as a holiday decoration!
It has Susannah's Starfish on one side and the classic text STARFISH& COFFEE, MAPLE SYRUP& JAM. on the other.Get Yours Here
Susannah Melvoin is the lyricist on "Starfish & Coffee," a song she co-wrote with Prince in 1987.
This is the ONLY OFFICIAL MERCHANDISE SITE. You can tell an official shirt by Susannah's signature, which appears underneath the large text on the front of the shirts.
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*8 oz Charcoal Heather grey unisex fleece pullover. 80/20 cotton poly blend with a jersey-lined hood and flat matching drawstrings and pouch pockets. *Sizes: S...View full product details
A heavy blend 8 oz adult full zip hooded sweatshirt. 50/50 Cotton poly pre-shrunk fleece, unlined hood with matching drawcord and pouch pockets. Sizes S...View full product details
This 3.25"ornament will be perfect as a holiday decoration! It has Susannah's Starfish on one side and the classic text: STARFISH& COFFEE, MAPLE SYRUP& JAM. on the other.View full product details
This includes shipping in the US ONLY!NO INTERNATIONAL ORDERS WILL BE ACCEPTED FOR THE MUG AT THIS TIME. SO SORRY!These mugs are HEFTY and STURDY!...View full product details
“The Dream Factory Album Art - Susannah Melvoin recently unveiled her previously unreleased album art, and now you can own your own exclusive, limited numbered...View full product details
"In 1986, Prince and the Revolution completed the still unreleased album, The Dream Factory. At our home on Galpin Avenue, the Installation of the recording studio had been completed. So, now Prince could record at any time, day or night. No lost opportunities to get his ideas down on tape. We had a game room off the studio that at that time I was painting and drawing a mural on. As referenced in the lengthy, epic Crystal Ball, "my baby draws pictures of sex, all over in graphic detail, sex". Prince wanted me to come up with some ideas for The Dream Factory album artwork. So I never finished my mural but I did get three ideas done for the artwork. He'd only asked that the title be written somewhere on the piece. It was originally The Flesh/ Dream Factory. He chose my third attempt. It was the fantasy and thrill he agreed and chose. This version, has me opening the door to his dream world.. or as it will be forever known "The Dream Factory."