Gallery 1988 presents “30 Years Later,” an art show celebrating movies released in 1987. My contribution titled “Predator Tin Toy” pays tribute to “Predator” as a black light tin toy version of the movie’s monster. (Note that the Yautja letters below the chest TV spell out “Dutch.”
Escape From Cleveland by Chet Phillips
Gallery 1988 presents an art show based on the hilarious podcast “How Did This Get Made?” My contribution honors their take on “Escape From L.A.” Signed limited edition prints available in the Gallery 1988 online shop and at the gallery. (update: edition sold out!)
Gallery 1988 (West) presents a collection of artwork inspired by the horror master Stephen King. My contributions pay tribute to Firestarter and Christine with Matchbox art labels. Along with signed matted prints, my framed pieces incorporation faux matchboxes and matches (wooden dowels and red sculpey.) Reception is Friday night May 5th and items available in the online shop with link provided below.
Gallery 1988 presents an HBO sponsored Veep art show. My piece for the show is titled “Second to None,” and references the feel of turn-of-the-century political poster art. Signed limited edition prints are available through this LINK.
Variants of my Rick and Morty Cronenberg prints were produced for Gallery 1988 in response to the popularity of the first editions. These variants include extra call outs like Rick’s spaceship, portal and portal gun. The edition of each sold within 12 hours.
“Monk’s Café” by Chet Phillips
Gallery 1988 presents a Seinfeld show titled “Another Show About Nothing.” My contributions for the show reflect a matchbox art theme with “Monk’s Café” and “The Chinese Restaurant.” Both will be available online this Saturday after the show reception on Friday, Dec. 2nd.
“Meereen” by Chet Phillips
Gallery 1988 presents the “Postcard Correspondence” show with a collection of art presented as postcards. My contributions take the form of 5″ x 7″ signed and numbered postcards with tributes to “Game of Thrones” and “Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix.” Each is a limited edition of 50.
$5 Each- Available Online Here:
“The Room of Requirement” by Chet Phillips
Gallery 1988 West presents “The Power of Mattel” show, a collection of artworks based on classic Mattel games and toys. My contribution, titled “Rock ‘Em Snark’Em Robots,” is a mashup of Rock ‘Em Sock ‘Em Robots with Mystery Science Theater 3000 robots Tom Servo and Crow T. Robot. Also included are a few Kaiju references.
Show opening is Friday, September 30th and on display through October 15th.
Gallery 1988 presents the “20 Years Later” show, representing movies that premiered in 1996. My contribution pays tribute to the Robert Rodriguez cult classic “From Dusk Till Dawn.” Signed limited edition of 25. Show opens 7/1/16 and art will be available online the day after. Look for an updated shopping link soon.
Gallery 1988 (West) presents “Idiot Box The Rerun” art show, paying homage to all things TV related. I created a faux block of postage stamps highlighting some of the more memorable Twilight Zone episodes. Each stamp is larger than life size and the print has been die cut to emulate actual stamps. Each has the title and main character along with the episode number and year that it aired.
Gallery 1988 (West) in conjunction with Fox, presents the official “Bob’s Burgers” art show. My piece for this great event is titled: “Hawk and Chick: Monster Slayers.”
Translations, clockwise from top left: “Monster Slayer,” Samurai Barber,” “Hawk and Chick” and “Father and Daughter.”
“Big Trouble” is my tribute to “Big Trouble in Little China” for the Gallery 1988 show “30 Years Later.” Available as signed limited edition 11″ x 14″ prints HERE.
Gallery 1988 presents “Pixel Hearts,” an art show curated by Chogrin. Each piece in the show was presented on a wooden heart shaped canvas. My piece paid homage to Mario and Star Wars, titled “I love you. “I know.”