2018 ChetArt Calendars

For 2018, two calendars showcasing matchbox art from Chet Phillips.

“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.

2018 ChetArt Calendars Shop Link

2018 Sci-Fi Transport Desktop Calendar

“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″)

2018 ChetArt Calendars Shop Link

Victor Medina

Hogwarts houses poster series by Victor Medina.

Guillermo Del Toro Show- Copro Gallery

“Cthulhu Illuminated” monoprint- Giclee print with gold foiling pen details. Created for Copro Gallery’s “Guillermo Del Toro: Inspirations, Curiosities & Other Oddities show.

Gallery Link

ChetArt at Parts & Labour

A variety of ChetArt products are available at Parts & Labour on South Congress in Austin.

Raging Monkey

R.I.P. Jake LaMotta, a.k.a. “The Raging Bull.”

Guzu Gallery Spirit of 77 Show

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:

Samurai Delicatessen prints

Planet Kashyyyk Matches prints

Planet Kashyyyk Matches by Chet Phillips

(Framed version available only in person at gallery)

Kaiju Man Accordion Book

“Kaiju Man” is an accordion style book measuring 4.75″ x 6″ folded and approx. 37″ x 6″ when opened and expanded. Through words and pictures it tells the story of a man who experiences a dramatic transformation with ultimately tragic results.

Packaged in a paper sleeve with Chiyogami paper strip, signed with Japanese chop that translates to “Chet.”

Purchase in the Online ChetArt Shop Here

Kaiju Tattoo

“Kaiju Tattoo” is available as a signed print and on a variety of clothing.

Print Link

TeePublic Link

Marco d’alfonso

Artwork by Marco d’alfonso

Jordan Bolton

Movie wardrobes by Jordan Bolton.

Raku Inoue

Insect shapes using flowers by Raku Inoue.

Jeremy Enecio

Jeremy Enecio illustrations.

San Diego Comic Con 2017

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!

Our great neighbors Paul Friedrich and Ryan Claytor in Small Press.

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.

Thank you San Diego for a great year. Hope to see you again in 2018!

30 Years Later Gallery 1988- Predator

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.”

Purchase signed prints here

ChetArt at Parts & Labour

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!

SDCC 17- ChetArt Small Press Table O-01

Find ChetArt at San Diego Comic Con 2017 in the Small Press section, table O-01 on the aisle right across from Oni Press.

This year at the ChetArt table there will be an abundance of Matchbox art prints, the “Monster Zen” book and a selection of prints from the book, “Imaginary Friend Field Guide” book, new vinyl stickers and greeting cards.

Monster Zen Book by Chet Phillips

The “Monster Zen” book is a collection of monster illustrations and haiku poems by Chet Phillips. 16 Monsters are showcased. Now available in the ChetArt online shop. A selection of prints from the series available here.

Each book is hand bound in a Japanese style with a variety of Chiyogami paper labels and ribbons. Measures 9.25″ wide x 8.5″ tall. Covers are 100 lb cover stock and pages are printed on 80lb glossy text. Japanese chop translating to “Chet” and artist signature on the inside back cover.

~Visit The Online Shop Link Here~

Book measures 9.25″ x 8.5″

Monsters included in the book:
Godzilla
Xenomorph Alien
Shelob Spider-Lord of the Rings
Cthulhu
Pacific Rim Kaiju
Mothra and Rodan
Mars Attacks Martian
Actor in Godzilla Suit
Predator
Ghostbusters Gargoyle Dog
Gremlin
Werewolf
Six Headed Demon
Terminator
Mechagodzilla
Godzilla vs. King Kong

16 illustrations and haiku poems in all.

~Visit The Online Shop Link Here~

~A Selection of Prints Available Here~

Creature Comforts- Guzu Gallery

Rocket Attack! by Chet Phillips

Guzu Gallery presents “Creature Comforts,” an art show celebrating animals in pop culture movies, books and TV. My piece pays tribute to Rocket Raccoon from “Guardians of the Galaxy.” Limited edition prints and vinyl stickers available in the gallery.

Marija Tiurina

Art by Marija Tiurina. via Colossal

How Did This Get Made? Art Show

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!)

(Photo courtesy Gallery 1988)