As Peter Pan proved, never growing up is a blessing, a curse, or just a super creepy way to meet teenagers. For blessedly un-grown up art, hit Parskid.
From an erstwhile Seattle graffiti artist inspired by fanciful childhood musings, this whimsically demented collection of mostly enamel-on-wood paintings is peopled w/ cutesy spectral creatures in darkly wild/ otherworldly locales, drawn largely from nature & the weather in the Pacific Northwest -- so basically, he's money at working in greyscale. PK's art (which is divided into evocatively/funnily named series) features "Let the River Flow With His Blood" in which three antlered ghouls carry a bleeding creature into the sky; "Infection" depicting a ghostly-figure whose innards are comprised of vivid red/yellow/inky blue grasses & fungus; and a red/grey-ish blue number showing a sea monster rising over a group of creatures standing on the shore called "Worship the Serpent" -- a cool title but a bad high-school yearbook quote. The latest series, "Snake Filled Heart", features murkily colored pieces like the smoky gray "From the Snake Filled Branches" depicting a bonfire's flames filled w/ butterflies, spiders, and ghostly faces; plus one in which a cloud of still more ghostly faces rises into the sky from the body of a skeletal deer while two of PK's creatures "Watch Them Leave"; and one w/ five red snakes escaping into the sky via slits in "From the Inside" of another un-dead looking deer, so definitely NOT Bambi's mom.
PK also makes resin/stuffed toys, and uses his ghoulish characters to art up sterling plated mewlery, t-shirts, skate decks, and even a limited edition beer glass -- the consumption of which represents one of growing up's only blessings, outside of renting cars with which to pick up teenagers.
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