Adam Monostori has created an unofficial series of Lego kits with a Monty Python and the Holy Grail theme. Ni!
Fun collection of pop characters rendered in 3D by SLiD3.
Comic Genius: Portraits of Funny People is a collection by celebrity photographer Matt Hoyle. Check out samples from the book that includes some of my favorite funny men and women. Above: Adam Samberg monkeys around.
View a collection of mysterious installations from Gregory Witt.
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The jury is back and ChetArt will have 5 pieces included in the 2013 Toy Joy show.
Toy Joy is an Austin institution, offering up a slew of wild and crazy fun. This is my second year to exhibit for this fun venue. Show details to follow soon.
Giuseppe Colarusso creates visual fun with his photo manipulations.
The 2nd annual Austin Craft Riot summer show was a big success. Loads of crowds passed through the Austin Music Hall to shop, eat and enjoy the great music. The ChetArt booth was designed with a hands off approach this time around. I floated in the background, allowing elbow room and privacy for folks to pick and choose their favorites. There are so many amazing people in our newfound home of Austin and I was honored to meet them over the weekend and receive their great support. A big thanks to the ACR board members, planners, volunteers and to all who came out for this great event.
This weekend marks the 2nd annual summer show event hosted by Austin Craft Riot. 70 vendors anchor 2 days of art, music and food trucks at the Austin Music Hall.
ChetArt will be represented with a booth full of signed prints, card sets, books and more.
Learn more here.
Two new additions to the series “Steampunk Monkey Nation” portraits with gear. The ladies are represented with Penelope Lavinia Obscura, an espionage agent and mechanic Calpurnia “Flywheel” Camberforge.
Prints of both available in the online shop.
Timothy Banks masterfully uses color and texture to bring his style to life.
Cornelia Konrads creates visually arresting installations.
Emma SanCartier creates magic with her delicate line work and color washes.
Ain’t It Cool News, based in Austin and founded by Harry Knowles, is dedicated to news and reviews of film and television projects, focusing on science fiction, fantasy, horror and comic book themes. With one season of entertaining interviews, special effects and fun under their belt, (directed by the talented Brett Hart) it’s time to keep the dream alive and get serious about funding a second season of the show. Visit the Kickstarter page to learn more and view the highlight reel to see just how wildly creative this show is… and can continue to be with your help.
Scooby Doo/Walking Dead mashup from the mind of Jeff Zoet.
Fong Qi Wei uses pieces of his time lapse photos to create unique collages.
Just one of the many beautiful projects from I Love Dust.