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    This blog serves as a collection of past, present and future projects from the illustration studio of Chet Phillips. There will also be spotlights on creative people I admire and how-tos, mixed with an occasional bit of silliness culled from the Intertubes added in for seasoning. Thank you for visiting.
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    Ken Tackett

    Posted By on August 28, 2015

    Ken Tackett

    Ken Tackett Illustration

    An Improbable Weapon

    Posted By on August 27, 2015

    An Improbable Weapon Supercut from Burger Fiction

    Mind the Gap Interview

    Posted By on August 26, 2015

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    Excited to have Spain show some love for ChetArt. I was recently interviewed by the art and culture magazine Mind the Gap. Loads of art samples (as well as an English text version.)

    Jason Botkin

    Posted By on August 25, 2015

    Jason Botkin

    The dynamic colors and design of Jason Botkin.

    Jimmy Cauty

    Posted By on August 24, 2015

    ADP V 2 from jimmy cauty on Vimeo.

    Revenge- A Kill Bill tribute

    Posted By on August 20, 2015

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    Quentin Tarantino is a directorial master of new cult mythology. His stories weave humor, action, ultra violence and in the case of Kill Bill, hip over the top fun. Armed with an amazing cast, Mr. Tarantino led us through a blood-soaked tale of revenge full of samurai swords, martial arts and witty one liners. The musical choices are classic and are forever linked to imagery and the tone of the movie. (insert Quincy Jones’ Ironside theme here.) My tribute to this visual wild ride focuses on Volume 1 with memorial icons, quotes and the blood soaked bride as a centerpiece from the film’s end.

    ~Tribute Print Available Here~

    Childhood 2016 Wall Calendar

    Posted By on August 18, 2015

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    12 full color illustrations from the “Childhood” series have been brought together to create a whimsical 2016 wall calendar. A variety of pop culture characters exhibit nostalgic childhood activities, from kite flying, catching fireflies, playing with a favorite toy or game and much more. Calendar page spreads measures at 11″ x 17″ vertically. Along with indications of major holidays, there are also fun pop culture milestones sprinkled throughout. Cover is printed on sturdy 100 lb. cover stock with high gloss finish with interior calendar pages printed on 80 text stock.

    Don’t attempt to function in 2016 without a Childhood calendar on your wall!

    ~Shop for Childhood Calendars Here~

    CalendarCoverBack500Calendar back showcases all 12 months

    JanuaryPage500

    MarchPage500

    DecPage500Dimensions when open- 11″ x 17″

    ~Shop for Childhood Calendars Here~

    Francois Dourlen

    Posted By on August 18, 2015

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    Francois Dourlen uses his iphone to create clever mashups with a variety of subjects.

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    Jane Long

    Posted By on August 17, 2015

    Jane Long

    Jane Long transforms vintage photos into surreal works of wonder. via Colossal

    Chris Stevens- Batman

    Posted By on August 14, 2015

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    More Batman wonderfulness from Chris Stevens.

    Lorenzo Quin

    Posted By on August 13, 2015

    LORENZO QUIN

    “Force of Nature” sculpture by Lorenzo Quin.

    TeePublic Sale 8/12-8/14

    Posted By on August 12, 2015

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    August 12th through August 14th all ChetArt T-Shirts are on sale: $14 Tees. Shop from a variety of 100 designs, each offering an array of color and shirt style choices.

    ~ChetArt TeePublic Link~

    ATX Summer Show

    Posted By on August 11, 2015

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    UB&B Productions is proud to present the 4th Annual Summer Show in Austin, featuring Austin Craft Riot™ on Saturday, August 15, 2015 from 11a-6p. Held downtown at the Austin Music Hall, this premiere craft show is jam packed with talented artists, DIY, fun activities for the whole family, swag bags, food trucks, cash bar, and so much more. All while staying cool as a cucumber and out of the hot Texas sun.

    ChetArt will be exhibiting at the show with loads of prints, card sets, drink coasters, drink koozies, stickers and collectible pins.

     

    Click here for more info on the show.

    Hyungkoo Lee

    Posted By on August 10, 2015

    Hyungkoo Lee

    Lepus Animatus head by Hyungkoo Lee

    Bill Domonkos

    Posted By on August 7, 2015

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    Fire Walk With Me- Bill Domonkos

    Drink Koozies- MST3K Attacks! and Rumble in R’lyeh

    Posted By on August 6, 2015

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    Drink Koozies to keep your cold beverage cold- Mystery Science Theater 3000 Attacks! and Rumble in R’lyeh designs now available in the online shop.

    Find them here:

    MST3K Attacks!

    Rumble in R’lyeh

    Penny Byrne

    Posted By on August 3, 2015

    Penny Byrne

    Penny Byrne creates uniquely odd and wonderful sculptures.

    Harry Potter Films Rated Worst to Best

    Posted By on July 31, 2015

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    Adam Chitwood looks back on the Harry Potter movie franchise and rates the films on their merits. I’m in total agreement with his ranking and have always loved Alfonso Cuaron’s magical and artistic take on “The Prisoner of Azkaban.”

    via Collider

    Tribute to Hayao Miyazaki

    Posted By on July 30, 2015

    Tribute to Hayao Miyazaki from dono

     

    USB Memory Direct- Card Tab Flash Drive

    Posted By on July 29, 2015

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    I received my business card custom flash drives from USB Memory Direct today. Measuring in at the size of a standard business card, (3.25″ x 2″) the plastic card has a detachable USB stick with 64 GB file capacity. Great for sharing data, a presentation or portfolio. Check out their site for this and more customizable promotion items.

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