- Photos from our Frida ArtNight are finally here :) Looking forward to more ArtNights with you all...I'll be back... fb.me/yfFqpsYr 6 minutes ago
- #tbt ...my "trash project/experiment" back in 2011. "A Day of Trash" The Idea How much trash… instagram.com/p/BX4up8AhAE7/ 2 hours ago
- New work waiting for you to check out!!!....."Ocaso" redbubble.com/people/kpdesig… via @redbubble 22 hours ago
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Tag Archives: humor
Berlin: where even while hiking you can stumble upon graffiti.
Some people like sugar & cream in their coffee; I apparently like paint brushes! You’d think I would learn not to keep my coffee cup too close to the paint water…
Yes, this is what somehow happens when I’m procrastinating…
I’m not quite sure how it happens, but I always seems to accumulate an obnoxious amount of cups and bottles during a long day in the studio! Yes, two of those are water – why I need two bottles of … Continue reading
So cool! Mister Dress Up is featuring my illustration, ‘Snailpop’, on their t-shirts this week (May 13th-20th)!!! Check it out: http://www.misterdressup.com/products/kp-design-artist-t-shirt
No, seriously!!! Check out that water droplet….doesn’t it have an impeccable resemblance to a polar bear?…do you see it? I promise I’m sane and don’t spend my days staring at water bottles, waiting for animal shapes to appear…welcome to the mind of … Continue reading
I posted previously about a tiny tradition that has developed in my family. My dad creates a pumpkin for my grandma to enjoy each year…check out what I found a year later!!! HAHA – it lives (insert evil laugh)!!!!!!!!!!
…to use the closest restroom apparently. Funny little ‘chicken scratch’ someone decided to create out of worn paint in a restroom stall. I couldn’t resist to take a photo.
Mistaken Identity…’hot of the press’ – inspired by a recent experience and contemplation of man-made objects in conjunction with nature. Even though this piece has nothing to do with fish, I was randomly inspired by an aquarium installation in the … Continue reading
….to help him ‘sea’ of course! hahah – okay, corny joke, but cool illustration — perhaps? I don’t know, you tell me! Please vote for my fish t-shirt design on threadless.com (5 is; yes KP I LOVE it and 0 … Continue reading
My latest illustration – the bubble eye fish. A ‘for fun’ design. Why would a fish have glasses?……because he has to ‘sea’ – haha! You can also vote for my little fish t-shirt on Threadless (click HERE). If you like … Continue reading
Here it is guys, my first Threadless T-Shirt submission and I could really use your help! Please vote for my design by following THIS LINK HERE. If my design receives enough votes, it has a chance to be printed! Cool … Continue reading
I adore these gaudy things! Easter Flamingos (better late than never)! My parents sent this photo from Jerome, Arizona. The Flamingos were dressed for the occasion. Check out my other Christmas post with these little guys here.
I spent hours as a child creating popsicle stick worlds…
Yes folks, a seamless two sentence composition and accompanying artwork….(uh huh, yea, riiiiiiiight) 😉 I stumbled upon an ‘early’ attempt at writing and illustration (6yrs old). Lesson: practice, practice, practice…
Found this little gem of a poster in a store window in Brussels and had to chuckle.
How the Fernsehturm should look…
More Berlin Wall Public Commentary (…because 3 degrees makes such a difference 😉 )
Well “Hey!” there lil’ post-it note 🙂
The East Side Gallery is famed for its amazing artwork, but don’t overlook the public commentary and humorous additions…