Public Works


9×12 marker and pencil on paper.

Not as spontaneous as “Will Work 4 Robots,” but a fun piece inspired by those that work our streets in the 22nd Century. A moveable speed sign now that i think about it could be considered a speed trap in some areas… 😉  My converse wearing ticket giver has had a few run-ins with none too happy customers by the look of the dents…must be why there is such a high serial number on them. These are the type of coloring books i wanted as a kid, but had to settle on Disney and Lone Ranger themes growing up. This is how i spin my wheels between my abstract works…lots of fun, give it a try…love to see your results.


19 thoughts on “Public Works

  1. Kneiling you have some amazing work on hand…I finally had a chance to actually check out in detail some of your post they ways in which you got inspired as well as the “cop outs” you mentioned. i don’t think they are lacking at all. Keep up the good work. Do you ever do any heavy urban work?

    • At present, other than shoes, my site is pretty much all i have done to date, except for some posters i did in the early 80’s…i appreciate the banksy style, but not in my wheel house..YET 😉

      Thanks for the comments, it’s the stuff that keeps me going.

  2. Hello, Ken,

    Very cool stuff!

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  3. Thanks for following me. Love your stuff!! Just found a book, How To Draw. Always wanted to draw, paint, do something. I think the camera is what has grabbed me but drawing is still something I would love to do. Following you!!

    • That is half the fun of doing these detail drawings, adding bits here and there as you go, and after, to add character and wit to basically a mass of organized black lines…the process is enjoyable !!!

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