Artwork?

Definitively not, but at least these pictures provide some relief from all the words.

Donald J. Trump 

Mark Twain

Guy de Maupassant

Neil Gaiman

Robot Editor

Ralph Waldo Emerson

Kenzaburō Ōe

Rainy Day Recess

rain drop

The Truck Drivin' Poet

The Human Touch

George Winston in pencil with graphic design

My Friend, My Advisor

Me

Lonely Road

Listen To The Colors

Heavy Rolls

Wiffle Bats

The Happily Disgruntled Writer

Only in the Movies

Tom the Clown

Pray

Ezra Pound

Let's Pretend

pinned

Holdin' Toes

My Town

growing down

Politeness

Moods

The Tickle Cafe

Filthy Nasty Butts

Wiggle

Butter

Poem Man, the poem

The Harvester

March Headlong Into the Wind

Sankakkei - 三角形

Cool Water No Mind

Franz Kafka

Jack Kerouac

Inari's Gate

Power To The Putin

Sunset Moon

Ernest Hemingway

Tom Waits

Wrath of Peregrinus

The Persistent and the Damned

leverage

Kurt Cobain

Fyodor Dostoevsky

Emergent

Truth Illusion

The Last Distraction

Sons of Anarchy

Petey Petey the Garlic Eater

W. Somerset Maugham

Haruki Murakami

Harvey Pekar

David Grohl

Dayglo Eyeball

Moon Face Kurt

Jonathan Franzen

Gary Shteyngart

The Writing Hand

 

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19 Responses to Artwork?

  1. I love what you’re doing here. While I consider myself to be a writer first and foremost, I always tell people, “I’m really into creative cross-training.” Which means photography, painting, a little screenwriting just for fun … Staying creatively is always good for your work, no matter what kind of work you do. ;)

    And P.S. I really *did* enjoy these drawings. A few made me laugh, which was much needed. Thanks for sharing!

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  2. I know what you mean with needing relief from words! Yet, I’d still call it art.

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  3. Relief is a good thing.

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  4. I beg to disagree. Definitely artwork. This is great stuff here and it looks like you are having a ball doing it, which is the whole point of art anyway. Thanks for sharing this. ~Rita

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  5. I really like this long string of drawings – just viewed a book by Vonnegut’s drawings from a local library (recently released but could have been some years ago). You’ve got a cool long chain of meandering works…

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  6. by turns charming, original, witty, whimsical, droll, inceptive and all of them a joy — very entertaining, and I loved going down from one to the next. the first thing which came to mind when done was ‘like thumbing through the new yorker’.

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  7. gina amos says:

    Brilliant Kurt!

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  8. Very cool artistic style, memorable and unique. Quite the gift you have :)

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  9. <3Verity says:

    You should really remove the question mark from Artwork. Some of these drawings are great – not necessarily artistically but because they give you something to think about.

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  10. Zerah says:

    I heart the drawings Mr. Kurt! I love your style. Your drawings look effortless! Now, I’m inspired to try other techniques. Thanks for sharing :))

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