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Ghosts, Monsters, and Flair Print Series by Chet Phillips

Who You Gonna Call Ghostbusters Tribute
Who You Gonna Call” – Ghostbusters

Austin, Texas-based illustrator Chet Phillips released a new series of prints that pay tribute to famous films with plenty of with ghosts, monsters, and flair: Ghostbusters, Young Frankenstein, and Office Space. The illustrations feature iconic quotes, objects, and lead characters from each movie. Prints are available to purchase online from Etsy. We’ve previously written about Chet and his artwork.

It's Pronounced Fronkensteen Young Frankenstein Tribute
It’s Pronounced Fronkensteen” – Young Frankenstein

Case of the Mondays Office Space Tribute
Case of the Mondays” – Office Space

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Truthiness, An Art Print Tribute to Stephen Colbert by Chet Phillips

Truthiness

Illustrator Chet Phillips has created “Truthiness,” an art print that pays tribute to “the comic genius of Stephen Colbert,” host of The Colbert Report. Prints are available to purchase online from his Etsy store, ChetArt. Previously, we’ve written about Chet and his collection of artwork.

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Heisenberg, Bueller, and Red Ryder Print Series by Chet Phillips

Heisenberg (Breaking Bad)

Heisenberg

Austin, Texas illustrator Chet Phillips released a series of prints that pay tribute to films and TV shows starring Heisenbergs, Buellers, and Red Ryders: Breaking Bad, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, and A Christmas Story. Each illustration features memorable quotes, objects, and a lead character from the film or TV series. Prints are available to purchase online from his Etsy store, ChetArt. Previously, we’ve written about Chet’s creative artwork.

Bueller (Ferris Bueller's Day Off)

Bueller

Red Ryder (A Christmas Story)

Red Ryder

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Steampunk Monkey Nation, Illustrations of Primates in Military Gear by Chet Phillips

Gundersonne - Steampunk Monkey Nation and Gear

Gundersonne

Steampunk Monkey Nation is a series of illustrations by Austin, Texas-based artist Chet Phillips featuring primates dressed up in military gear. Prints are available to purchase online at his Etsy store, ChetArt. Previously, we’ve written about Chet and his creative collections of artwork.

Each of these stalwart monkeys and apes utilize specific weapons, clothing and support equipment in order to complete their challenging and dangerous tasks and missions.

McCrackendish - Steampunk Monkey Nation and Gear

McCrackendish

Thorncastle - Steampunk Monkey Nation and Gear

Thorncastle

Pinionbolt - Steampunk Monkey Nation and Gear

Pinionbolt

StarkSparrow - Steampunk Monkey Nation and Gear

StarkSparrow

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Brigands, Nerds and Dread Pirates Print Series by Chet Phillips

Im Not Crazy

I’m Not Crazy” – The Big Bang Theory

Austin, Texas-based illustrator Chet Phillips released a series of prints that pay tribute to films and TV shows starring brigands, nerds and dread pirates: The Big Bang Theory, The Princess Bride, Firefly and O Brother, Where Art Thou?. The illustrations feature iconic quotes, objects, and a lead character the featured film or TV show. All of the prints are available to purchase on his Etsy store. We have previously written about Chet and his Coen brothers print series.

As You Wish

As You Wish” – The Princess Bride

I Aim To Misbehave

I Aim To Misbehave” – Firefly

Man of Constant Sorrow

Man of Constant Sorrow” – O Brother, Where Art Thou?

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Land of Kaiju, Illustrations of Japanese-Style Monsters by Chet Phillips

Land of Kaiju

Land of Kaiju is a collection of illustrations by Austin, Texas-based artist Chet Phillips (aka “ChetArt“) featuring a beautiful variety of Japanese-style monsters. Prints, trading cards and a limited edition of 50 alphabet books are available to purchase on Etsy.

Kaiju translates to strange beast or monster and has a long and glorious history in pop culture and on the silver screen with the likes of Godzilla, Rodan, Gamera and Mothra, just to name a few. Chet Phillips explores this fascinating world of humongous mutants and irradiated creatures with his collection of whimsical beings that are part animal, part fantasy and all in-your-face fun.

Land of Kaiju

Land of Kaiju

Land of Kaiju

Land of Kaiju

Land of Kaiju

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Coen Brothers Classic Film Print Series by Chet Phillips

Raising Arizona

Raising Arizona

Austin, Texas-based illustrator Chet Phillips recently released a series of prints that pay tribute to four classic films of the Coen brothers: The Big Lebowski, Miller’s Crossing, Raising Arizona and Fargo. Each one features famous quotes, icons, and the lead character from the films. See all four at Phillips’ site. The prints are available to purchase at his Etsy shop.

Big Lebowski

Big Lebowski

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CATZ!, An Art Show Featuring Mashups of Cats and Pop Culture at Ltd. Art Gallery in Seattle

Catvengers by Jenny Parks
Catvengers” by Jenny Parks

CATZ! is an upcoming art show at Ltd. Art Gallery in Seattle featuring mashup artwork of cats and pop culture. The group art exhibit will open on Saturday, February 1st, 2014 from 6 – 10 PM PST and run through Sunday, February 23rd. You can RSVP for the event online via Facebook.

Cats, they don’t JUST run the internet. Come celebrate your love of kitties IRL at this new art show! Featuring your favorite feline friends mashed up with your favorite Pop Culture characters, moment, and worlds.

Here is a list of the featured artists:

Arlene Asuncion, Cory Benhatzel, Barry Blankenship, Daisy Church, Christopher Clark, Shawn Cross, Alex J. Cox, Devon Devereaux, Braden Duncan, Phillip Ellering, Frank Forte, Christopher Gutiérrez, Aubrey Harding, Blain Helner, Leen Isabel, Suzanne Kaufman, June Leeloo, Brian Miller, Aaron Nester, Chet Phillips, Clay Sisk, Nan Lawson, Gabi de la Merced, Timo Meyer, MIKEATRON!, Catherine Moore, Melissa Monosmith, Mike Oncley, Jenny Parks, PHESHA, Meghan Stratman, and Jackie Williams.

Doctor Mew by Nan Lawson
Doctor Mew” by Nan Lawson

Jonesy by Timo Meyer
Jonesy” by Timo Meyer

CATZ poster by Brian Miller
CATZ! poster design by Brian Miller

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Collective Noun, Illustrated Series of Animals & Monsters Framed Around Their Group Identifier

A Plague of Zombies by Chet Phillips

A Plague of Zombies by Chet Phillips

Texas artist Chet Phillips has created a wonderful ongoing series of illustrations that frames animals and monsters around their Collective Noun and related words and phrases. 11″ x 14″ prints are available to purchase on Etsy.

A Clowder of Cats by Chet Phillips

A Clowder of Cats by Chet Phillips

A Brood of Vampires by Chet Phillips

A Brood of Vampires by Chet Phillips

A Pack of Dogs by Chet Phillips

A Pack of Dogs by Chet Phillips

A Troop of Monkeys by Chet Phillips

A Troop of Monkeys by Chet Phillips

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