Thursday, January 13, 2011

Public Art

Inspired by some of the fine public art in Kansas City, MO. Except the last panel. I just wanted to draw some  Yuko Shimizu-esque mushrooms.

11 comments:

Samantha said...

Love the paperclip panel! I've always wondered why the artists choose to create shuttlecocks the size of a house outside the Nelson-Atkins.

Samantha
http://museuminternmusings.blogspot.com

afterthoughtcomposer said...

witty. i like it :)

Scott said...

Terrific stuff! I liked the avant garde eyesore panel--there's an installation artist named Jonathan Borofsky whose outdoor sculptures keep following me around--first in Baltimore, where one stands outside the train station, and now in Pittsburgh, where one stands on a college campus (CMU, I think). Keep it up! Really great.

ocean said...

love you art....read my blog for some inspiration as well....http://doceans-ocean.blogspot.com/

Ki Hanley said...

I really enjoyed this comic and the other ones on your blog...great work!

KC Restaurants said...

Ugly "things" on the top of Bartle Hall that cost the city 4 Million dollars, and of course, the Shuttlecocks at the Nelson must have been an inspiration here. Nice!

cora said...

it was great i loved it hey check out my blog save the mustangs k :)

cora said...

oh yeah i am 11 cool right

Art said...

curious ...

Katie said...

I love your comics! I'm from Kansas City but I'm in Denmark now studying abroad and your comics make me really miss home. I love your reference to the shuttlecocks at the Nelson Atkins :) Too funny.

Thanks for making me remember little things about home! No one here knows where Kansas City, or Missouri, is...

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