Chet Porter has long been known for his forward-thinking melodic electronica music and hilarious Twitter feed, and you can now take a piece of his aesthetic home with you via a new line of original art prints to be sold through online auctions.
His latest one-of-a-kind piece, the 16x20 "UFO," features a dolphin under siege by the titular UFO and is currently the subject of a heated bidding war between Jai Wolf, Dillon Francis and RAC.
At the time of this article’s publication, bids for the framed print had reached $1,589, with the auction closing Sunday, January 10th at 4PM PT. If you've got the means, you can throw your name into the ring here.
"with no shows this year i needed a new creative outlet, so i've been working on a collection of paintings that relate to my music/aesthetic," Chet Porter wrote in an Instagram post when announcing the series. "no shows this year also meant no income, so if you place a bid or purchase one in the future you'll be supporting me directly!!!"
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