Created for the Guzu Gallery “Frame That Toon” art show. Signed limited edition giclee of 40. Inspired by the T-28 animations with a mash up of Mystery Science Theater 3000.
Created for the Hero Complex Gallery show “The Legend of Zelda 30th Anniversary Art Celebration. Signed limited edition giclee of 10.
Teenage Mutant Samurai Turtle portraits are now available on t-shirts and phone cases. Several phone case styles to choose from and a variety of colors for t-shirts along with choices of hoodies, sweatshirts and more.
Now available in the ChetArt TeePublic shop: a selection of ChetArt images on a variety of phone case styles.
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.”
Four Japanese print styled images of everyone’s favorite fighting turtles are now available as a 5″ x 7″ postcard set. Each member is given a glorious samurai battle armor makeover. Printed on sturdy 14 pt. premium uncoated cover stock. Presented in a cello bag with Japanese paper band. Set of 4- $6. Also available individually as signed 11″ x 14″ signed prints for $25. each.
Also available as signed 11″ x 14″ prints.
A big thanks to Andy over at Geeky Nerfherder for the great shout out and showcase of several of my pieces. View the blog post HERE.
“Grumpy the Hutt” now available in the Oddi-Tees collection at TeeFury.
“A Clockwork Orange Tabby” available on TeeFury in the Purrrfect Wardrobe collection.
“Obey the Dog” for the Gallery 1988 (West) “Really, Really, Really Ridiculously Good Looking Art Show: A Tribute to Zoolander show. Opens Saturday Jan. 9th
Earlier this year I had the pleasure of being a part of the Hero Complex Gallery art show paying tribute to the great work of special effects makeup artist Rick Baker. For the show I created my take on “An American Werewolf in London” titled “Beware the Moon.” I was honored and pleased to have a print from the edition arrive back to the studio with a personalized signature from Rick, who attended the opening.
New shirt designs now available in the ChetArt TeePublic shop:
Browse the ChetArt Teepublic Store Here
New in the TeePublic shop: “Assault on Tokyo” and “Terror on the Moon.” Available in a variety of colors and clothing options.
Signed limited edition hand bound “Pedal” books. Available Here.
For a limited time, save big on ChetArt apparel.
Over 100 designs to choose from.
ChetArt shirts on sale for Black Friday at TeePublic.
The Blue Genie Art Bazaar will open on Black Friday 10AM in Austin, TX. The holiday shopping event runs 10AM-10PM every day through Christmas Eve. Over 200 artists will be represented with a wide range of products. Learn more about the event on their official web page here.
Guzu Gallery presents “Strange Beasts 3”: A Tribute to Kaiju & Japanese Pop Culture
The opening reception will be on Friday, November 20th from 7 to 10pm and the artwork will remain up through New Year’s Day. Limited edition prints and original artwork will be available for purchase. There will be a bone-crushing, live musical performance by Austin rock instrumentalists, Beast of Dean…and the Bedlam City Kaiju Safety Commission will be on hand to give us a rundown of safety precautions, battle techniques, and what-not-to-do’s in the event of a kaiju attack! Following the presentation will be a screening of Kaijutsu by director Adriel Jimenez. As always, admission is free and all ages are welcome!
My two contributions are titled “Assault on Tokyo” and “Terror on the Moon,” paying tribute to Godzilla (piloting a Mothra pedal car) and MechaGodzilla (piloting a Rodan pedal car.) Both will be available as signed limited edition prints plus framed versions at the gallery and later through the gallery’s online shop.
Included with each print is a translation sheet:
Opening Friday, November 20th at Gallery 1988 (West) in LA: Crazy for Cult 9, paying tribute to a host of cult movies. For my contribution, I mashed up Donnie Darko with Doctor Strangelove. It pays homage to the iconic Major “King” Kong’s atomic bomb ride substituting Frank with the dreaded falling airplane turbine engine. Signed limited edition prints will be available at the gallery and later in the online shop.