Chet | June 30, 2010
Just released into the wild… Monkey Color! Coloring Book. This 8.5″ x 11″coloring book offers a collection of 24 monkey and ape portraits from both the Steampunk Monkey Nation and Society of Sinister Simians series. (Coloring Book Back Cover) Each portrait is printed in rich black lines on 80 lb opaque text paper, just begging […]
Chet | June 29, 2010
Jon McNaught has a talent for creating delicate and lyrical imagery from everyday scenes, such as the series shown above, titled “Jet Streams.”
Chet | June 25, 2010
If asked to choose an artist with a like-minded penchant for absurd silliness, all signs point to Ryan Abegglen.
Chet | June 24, 2010
I’m really enjoying the aged and elegant look of Rob Bridges work. Great expression and use of colors.
Chet | June 23, 2010
Seb/Niark1, a French graphic designer, is creating some fun kinetic work.
Chet | June 22, 2010
Austin photographer Adam Voorhes has a way of translating a tongue-in-cheek whimsical point of view into his work with beautifully sharp clarity. (Let’s face it, most of us either did or schemed of doing an autopsy on an etch-a-sketch in our youth.) Be sure and check out the refreshing approach for his “About” section.
Chet | June 17, 2010
A tip of the hat to Mike over at Thrillist for the great spotlight on my work today.
Chet | June 16, 2010
Shaun Tan’s magnificent work has been translated into a short film from his book “The Lost Thing.”
Chet | June 15, 2010
“The German artist duo behind Coarse, once again showcases their distinctive aesthetic. Their forms are dominated by smooth curves, hard lines and sharp edges, combined to point of a unity. “Coarse unveils their long anticipated ‘false friends’ series, a set of two original vinyl statues. The release incorporates key coarse characters ‘paw!’, a monkey cross […]
Chet | June 4, 2010
“The Society of Sinister Simians” explores the mysterious world of an evil collection of vicious and power hungry primates that held sway over the land centuries ago. Thanks to the efforts of the ill-fated Sourcrust archeological dig of 1887, details of this foul organization have finally come to light. In this book you will learn […]
Chet | June 3, 2010
Paul Rogers has a wonderful collection of “movie clue” illustration sets that are both beautifully drawn and a fun challenge for movie buffs. His most recent is near and dear to my heart, due to a certain bellhop named chet! that is more than anxious to tend to your every need.