Posted by specialK February 20, 2013

Chet Phillips has designed an incredible collection of Kaiju trading cards, 11" x 14" prints and an amazing limited edition Kaiju Monster alphabet book. This wonderful Kaiju collection is called Land of Kaiju and it's fantastic! Lets start with the trading cards, shall we? Each pack of cards is packaged in a paper portfolio with a gold foil stamp on the label and a red "Chet" Haragani stamp designed by Satchi Greene. Chet also signed the back of  each pack of cards. The cards measure 3.25" x 4" and are printed on 14pt. uncoated cover stock. The front of the cards display a Japanese woodblock type image of the monster while the back lists the monster's physical characteristics and biography. There are 24 cards in a set and they are available for $15 right here on Chet's ChetArt Etsy page.

The books feature 26 monsters representing a letter of the alphabet with an alliteration theme. Limited to just 50 books, the first 10 sold will come with its own hand crafted Japanese style box with bone clasps, Chiyogami paper and purple cloth. Bound in silk thread, and printed on heavy 48lb cover stock paper this book measures 9.75" x 8.5". This amazing book is available for $55 while the book with the box retails for $110. You can pick them up right here and here on Chet's Etsy page. 

Lets not forget the prints! Measuring 11" x 14" the prints are signed by Chet and retail for $25. You can find the entire Land of Kaiju collection on Chet Phillips' ChetArt  Etsy shop. You can also see more of Chet's creations & designs on Chet's blog.  

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