PHIL ASHWORTH

August 18, 2014 at 4:42pm
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In other news, I have work on the outside, and inside, of the Gimme! Coffee in Brooklyn, NY. Stop by and check it out!

3:36pm
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Jack Nicholson said it in the first Batman and I just wanted to interpret in my own way. It sounds so folky and gives you the feeling some blues singer sang it years and years ago.

August 15, 2014 at 2:07pm
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Wanted to turn a sketch I had done a few months ago of Kurt Vile into a more fleshed out illustration. Aaaaaand here it is.

August 12, 2014 at 3:28pm
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I’m prettaaaaaaaay psyched to share that my “Escape From Choking in New York” poster was recently featured on the Sideshow Podcast from Studio 360. Check it out!

http://www.studio360.org/story/sideshow-podcast-bea-arthur-and-unicorns-teach-you-heimlich-maneuver/

Thanks to Sean Rameswaram for including me.

August 4, 2014 at 4:31pm
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Snake Plissken and his fine-tuned techniques for preventing your premature death have been given the Bloomberg treatment and were showcased on Bloomberg Businessweek along with 6 other artists who have reinterpreted those average, boring choking posters into pure design bliss. Thanks to Sam Kolich and Venessa Wong for including me in this fine line-up. Click on the link below for the whole shebangin’ article.
http://www.businessweek.com/articles/2014-08-01/designers-try-to-make-restaurant-choking-posters-hip-dot-oh-boy

Snake Plissken and his fine-tuned techniques for preventing your premature death have been given the Bloomberg treatment and were showcased on Bloomberg Businessweek along with 6 other artists who have reinterpreted those average, boring choking posters into pure design bliss. Thanks to Sam Kolich and Venessa Wong for including me in this fine line-up. Click on the link below for the whole shebangin’ article.

http://www.businessweek.com/articles/2014-08-01/designers-try-to-make-restaurant-choking-posters-hip-dot-oh-boy

July 14, 2014 at 10:13pm
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My newest piece is purely a labor of love. Pink Flamingos is hands down one of the grossest, and actually shocking, movies I’ve ever seen, so it immediately earned a special place in my heart after I first saw it in my friend’s college apartment all those years ago. I decided to take one of the most famous lines from it and finally pay some respect. 

June 25, 2014 at 5:35pm
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Let me tell you ‘bout THIS GUY! This has been some serious long time coming type of project. It’s been redone, reworked, tweaked, chopped and screwed and been biding some serious time to strike. Well, the the iron’s hot so watch out. It’s REALLY coming out this time. Full detail pics and info on where to buy coming soon……

4:53pm
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Did some recent portraits. I’ve been out of college for 6 years and am proud to say that I have finally done not 1 but, 2 dog portraits. It almost felt like a right of passage. Now let’s get down to brass tax.

June 11, 2014 at 2:50pm
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These three, along with several other pieces, are hanging on the wall at the Gimme! Coffee Mott st. location in NYC for the month of June. There are still a few “Boss of Hearts” and “Escape From Choking in New York” prints available on my site: www.philashworth.com

May 19, 2014 at 5:23pm
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For my tribute to Joe Dante I went with The Howling. “Kings of Cult: An Art Tribute to Roger Corman and Joe Dante” opens Saturday, May 24th, at Hero Complex Gallery.

For my tribute to Joe Dante I went with The Howling. “Kings of Cult: An Art Tribute to Roger Corman and Joe Dante” opens Saturday, May 24th, at Hero Complex Gallery.

2:16pm
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Here’s my tribute piece to Roger Corman’s cult classic, Death Race 2000. This’ll be at the opening of “Kings of Cult: An Art Tribute to Roger Corman and Joe Dante” at Hero Complex Gallery, Saturday, May 24th.

Here’s my tribute piece to Roger Corman’s cult classic, Death Race 2000. This’ll be at the opening of “Kings of Cult: An Art Tribute to Roger Corman and Joe Dante” at Hero Complex Gallery, Saturday, May 24th.

May 16, 2014 at 11:46pm
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Some more process pics of my two pieces for the upcoming “Kings of Cult” show celebrating the work of Roger Corman and Joe Dante at Hero Complex Gallery.

May 2, 2014 at 11:24am
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I’ve been listening to Kurt Vile a lot lately.