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.”
A selection from the ChetArt matchbox art series are now available on boxes of matches. Each box showcases two different images. The matchboxes measure 2.5″ x 1.75″ containing unique cactus thorn matches.
Visit the ChetArt Etsy shop for two listings:
“Run Away” limited edition prints created for Gallery 1988’s Monty Python art show pays tribute to “Monty Python and the Holy Grail” in the form of a tongue in cheek travel poster.
Social Decay series by Andrei Lacatusu.
Wearable glass sculptures by Kit Paulson.
Created for Guzu Gallery’s “They’re Coming To Get You” horror art show, “Werewolves in London” mashes up the 30’s werewolf film with Warren Zevon’s “Werewolves of London” song. Signed and numbered limited edition Giclee prints available.
The Blue Genie Art Bazaar is a unique holiday shopping experience held annually in Austin, TX. The event runs from Black Friday through Christmas Eve, open every day from 10AM-10PM (closing at 6PM on Christmas Eve.) With 200+ artists on display, it’s always an honor to be included. If you’re in Austin or plan to visit during the holidays, be sure to Chet it out.
“Got a Light?” is a 6″ x 12″ wall calendar displaying a variety of pop culture characters in the form of vintage matchbox labels. “Sci-Fi Transport” displays 12 vehicles from science fiction movies and TV and is presented in a CD case sized desktop format (measures 5.4″ x 4.65″) Both are printed on 100 gloss book paper. Wall calendar is wire bound with hanger and desktop version comes in plastic CD case that flips open for display.
Gallery 1988 presents an art show devoted to the films from Focus Features. My contribution references “Shaun of the Dead” with the” x 4″ pulpboard drink coaster “Bitey Brew.” Signed on the reverse. Get one for $4. at Gallery 1988 and through their online shop.
Samurai Delicatessen by Chet Phillips
Taking Austin Books’ birth year, 1977, as their inspiration, twenty-three talented artists will help pay tribute to the legendary comic book store via limited edition prints and original artwork. For the “Spirit of ’77” show, I created 2 pieces celebrating 2 pop culture icons from the year 1977. Saturday Night Live’s Samurai Delicatessen skit with John Belushi and Chewbacca from Star Wars. Signed prints available online now:
Planet Kashyyyk Matches by Chet Phillips
Artwork by Marco d’alfonso
San Diego Comic Con 2017: ChetArt table in the Small Press area, table O-01. 2017 was a great year in San Diego for us thanks to the great support of everyone who came by to purchase and visit. Thank you all for the fantastic time! Here are some highlights of the show floor with exhibits and cosplay.
Preview night! Jeffrey Vaca presented me with a vintage game cartridge version of my Parzival’s Quest artwork that I created in tribute to Ready Player One. Thank you Jeffrey, for the wonderfully creative gift!
Another great highlight of the show was a visit from Cory Doctrow. Cory has been a great supporter over the years, highlighting several of my projects on boingboing. Thank you for taking the time to come by for the visit, Cory!
The first time in seven years straight without our good friends Cesare and Kirstie of Curio and Co. They sat out this year and were truly missed. Check out their site of amazing things.
A selection of goods created by Chet Phillips is now available at Parts & Labour, located at 1704 South Congress Ave. in Austin, TX .Very happy to be included among the great group of local artists represented in this wonderful shop. If you’re in Austin, Chet it out!