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Born in Denmark 1978. I write and direct television shows for kids. I have a set of twins and not much time for anything. But when i have time i draw monsterdrawings on post-it notes... it is a little window into a different world, made on office supplies.
Originally posted by Kangaruex4Ewe
reply to post by badw0lf
The later it gets, the sillier I get sometimes. I figure it makes it a little more interesting on occasion.
John Kenn Mortensen is a Danish artist who uses the common post-it as canvas for his mysterious and scary artworks.
While other modern artists search for ever larger canvases to express their artistic talents, Mortensen lets his imagination run wild on the tiny sheets of paper we know as post-its. Most of us use them as reminders around the office, but the Dane sees post-its as tiny canvases that allow him to quickly render the creepy products of him imagination, and get them off his mind, so he doesn’t stress himself to them over them.
A professional character animator by trade, John Kenn Mortensen says he has always enjoyed drawing, but his recent ghoulish post-it artworks are inspired by the works of Stephen King and H.P. Lovercraft. Although he didn’t expect any type of response, John Kenn admits he’s pleased so many people enjoy his work.
Check the artist’s blog for his latest post-it creations.