A selection of ChetArt images are now available on keychains. Maple and cherry wood plywood, laser engraved with leather strap and steel ring.
“Horror House” is a signed 16″ x 20″ Giclee poster from an illustration by Chet Phillips. Japanese styled house composition depicts a variety of famous monsters and creatures from movies, TV and literature. Banner on left side translated to “Horror House” and below, “Kaiju” (Strange Beast.) Small placard on the right side translates to “Nightmare.”
Printed on high quality archival heavy 60lb polar matte cover stock paper and signed by the artist. Limited edition of 100.
The “Incognito” series of laser cut wooden pins created by Chet Phillips showcases animals wearing masks. Each pin measures approx. 2 inches square. Two layers of wood give them eye catching depth. Bottom layer made from 1/8″ maple hardwood and top layer 1/8″ cherry hardwood. Series includes: “Wood Spirit,” “Sheep in Wolf’s Clothing,” “The Trojan Bird” and “Sloths of the Serengeti.”
Hero Complex Gallery presents an art show devoted to the films of director John McTiernan. My contribution imagines a portrait of the creature from Predator creating havoc in ancient Japan. Framed version including gold foiling pen details will be available in the gallery.
Smaller 11 x 14 signed Giclee prints (without gold foiling) now available in the ChetArt shop.
Black Light sensitive prints with a tin toy theme. Each print has been hand inked details using fluorescent inks. Each measures approx. 11″ x 17″ on 13″ x 19″ sheet. Rocket Raccoon, Cthulhu, Mechagodzilla and Godzilla available in the Etsy shop.
Now through Memorial Day 2017, save 20% off your ChetArt purchase. Shop for Father’s Day or yourself. Use coupon code GEEKDAD during checkout.
Japanese text on left translates to: “Spending the afternoon gliding along the polished surface, these masters of destruction take time out from terrorizing the countryside to enjoy some harmless spinning, bumping and crashing.”
“I’m Your Density” pays tribute to the Robert Zemeckis time travel comedy classic “Back to the Future.” The first of the series debuted in 1985 and still remains a smart fun thrill ride over 30 years later.
June 11th, 1986 saw the premiere of “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off,” a classic John Hughes comedy. 30 years later it remains a classic love note to the city of Chicago and expertly defines “carpe diem” with humor and insight.
My tribute to the film with quotes, icons and a portrait of Ferris is available HERE.
Celebrating a true sequel success, James Cameron’s “Aliens” was a white knuckled thrill ride when it was released in 1986 and still holds up years later. The film is full of catch phrases (thanks mostly to Bill Paxton’s character) on top of the terrifying action. My tribute print combines some of the better known quotes and phrases, mixed in with notable icons and a portrait of Ellen Ripley.
Alien Day (4/26/16) honors exmoon LV-426, where the xenomorphs were first found in Ridley Scott’s original classic, Alien. Celebrate with a tour through the garden with my “Big Wheel” Alien print, found HERE.
Everyone’s favorite car repair funnymen Tom and Ray Magliozzi are presented in this loving tribute to Car Talk. Bobble head versions resting atop the dashboard of a 1965 AMC Ambassador, a.k.a., “The Sleek Black Beauty.” Figures are surrounded by a selection of the famed end credit puns.
“Dogs: A Fetching Deck of Creative Canines” is a plastic coated poker sized playing card set. 52 individual unique and whimsical face cards showcase dogs as authors, artists, musicians and movie stars. Set includes 2 jokers and 4 suit cards and a custom back.
Standard poker playing card size. Casino quality, plastic coated. Each suit represents one of four areas of the arts: Literature, Art, Music and Film.