Lights! Cameras! Kitties! is a collection of 8 images of cats in iconic tv and movie settings. All 8 images from the series are available as a set of 5″ x 7″ postcards. Each postcard is printed on sturdy 14 pt. Premium Linen card stock. Suitable for mailing or framing. Set includes:
- A Clockwork Orange Tabby
- Arya and the Hound
- Apocatlypse Now
- Grumpy The Hutt
- The Trouble With Kittehs
- The Wagging Dead
“Mousebusters” by Chet Phillips
“The Wagging Dead” and “Arya And The Hound”
Action figure posing fun from photographer Edy Hrjoe.
Barbara Bernát designed bills for the Hungarian Euro with a unique UV security feature.
Hero Complex Gallery presents the Quotes, Lines and Lyrics show, opening on Feb. 27th. The event showcases artwork celebrating film and tv quotes, passages from literature and the lyrics of music legends.
4 ChetArt pieces were created for the show, each spotlighting a character from a classic movie mashed up with a quote from another classic movie. Opening reception is 7-10PM with the online shop for the show available on Saturday the 28th.
Prints Available For Purchase:
Now available: Over 200 (and counting) full color illustrations by Chet Phillips as stock art images, all at an affordable price. Animals, seasonal and business-themed images available to use on:
1. Websites, banners, blogs, avatars
2. Advertising, promotion, packaging, presentations, film and video, catalogs
3. Books, covers, magazines, newspapers, editorial, newsletters
4. “Not for resale” products like personal posters, personal postcards
Available in a custom Etsy shop, it couldn’t be easier to use. Credit cards and Paypal accepted world wide. Just select and pay for your image and Etsy will email you a link to a retrieval page where you can download your file immediately.
Samuel Gomez creates mind-staggering detail with graphite.
Ricardo Chucky combines great talent with humor.
“Where the Angry Things Are” by Chet Phillips
Is This Thing On? #4: An Art Show Inspired By Funny People opens Friday, Feb. 20th at Gallery1988 West. My contribution is a homage to Maurice Sendak’s “Where the Wild Things Are” character Carol mashed up with the king of the angry, finger pointed rant, Lewis Black. Gallery reception is from 7-10 PM. The limited edition Giclee run and framed version with be available at the reception and afterwards in the Gallery1988 online shop.
Energetic and colorful work from Ekundayo.
Great set of Walking Dead caricatures by Edward Pun.
Star Wars screen print by Juan Esteban Rodríguez.
Unique light bulb design from Pieke Bergmans.
Mind-blowing 3-D effects from the pen of Tolga Girgin.