Kunkle

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1st half of a new chalk mural I’m doing at work. My favorite turtles from my childhood… well, these guys and Cecil from Looney Tunes. Hope to get started on the 2nd half tomorrow. - Kunkle

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Door to Door Salesman. Acrylic on reclaimed wood.  I’d love it if you followed me. I really wood. -Kunkle

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Idiots. -Kunkle

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Idiots. -Kunkle

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Yeah it is.

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Yeah it is.

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Scrap wood superheroes. The Wolverine is based on Calvin Lin’s Minimalist Avengers work. The only pieces I shaped specifically  are W’s blades. They are from a small piece of quarter round that I busted up. Everything else was an accident. -Kunkle

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Scrap wood superheroes. The Wolverine is based on Calvin Lin’s Minimalist Avengers work. The only pieces I shaped specifically  are W’s blades. They are from a small piece of quarter round that I busted up. Everything else was an accident. -Kunkle

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Simpsons chalkboards in progress at the bar and I have 3 days off. I guess they’ll just have to wait. Oh and by the way… these are in the men’s bathroom and Nelson is laughing at your penis. Ha-Ha. -Kunkle

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Scrap wood superheroes. The Wolverine is based on Calvin Lin’s Minimalist Avengers work. The only pieces I shaped specifically  are W’s blades. They are from a small piece of quarter round that I busted up. Everything else was an accident. -Kunkle

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Scrap wood superheroes. The Wolverine is based on Calvin Lin’s Minimalist Avengers work. The only pieces I shaped specifically  are W’s blades. They are from a small piece of quarter round that I busted up. Everything else was an accident. -Kunkle

That’s my personal and painting blog…

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My friend taught his cat to vogue… not bad.

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My friend taught his cat to vogue… not bad.

Crucifixion corndog via laughing squid

Crucifixion corndog via laughing squid

I double promise on this blog… last hello kitty post. but in return, please reblog if ya dig, ya dig?

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I promise this is the last Hello Kamikaze Kitty post. Probably the last Hello Kitty post period. Alright, a coat or two of some high gloss and this is finished. It was a lot of fun and I feel good about completing the thank you gift that is so long overdue. Sorry if it was too many updates on this but i’m trying to get in the habit of documenting and sharing progress. I’ll find the balance… just give me a minute. If you like it, I would appreciate a reblog. Trying to get traffic up, ya dig? Thanks!-Kunkle

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Acrylic on a repurposed Heineken sign. It started out simple enough but then the flower petals turned into plane propellers and well… maybe I should have stopped about 4 hrs earlier but I couldn’t help myself. Hope ya like it and please share! Thanks-Kunkle

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On the homestretch with the over-due thank you gift hello kitty.-Kunkle

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On the homestretch with the over-due thank you gift hello kitty.-Kunkle

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The view from Railroad Park in Birmingham, AL on wood rescued from the side of the road. I don’t know if it was part of a shipping crate or what but the lettering is original. The skyline is still under construction but it’s coming along. -Kunkle

Take a minute and check out my new painting blog. New work added as it comes along. thanks!-Kunkle

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The view from Railroad Park in Birmingham, AL on wood rescued from the side of the road. I don’t know if it was part of a shipping crate or what but the lettering is original. The skyline is still under construction but it’s coming along. -Kunkle

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“When you want genuine music - music that will come right home to you like a bad quarter, suffuse your system like strychnine whiskey, go right through you like Brandreth’s pills, ramify your whole constitution like the measles, and break out on your hide like the pinfeather pimples on a picked goose - when you want all this, just smash your piano, and invoke the glory-beaming banjo!” - Mark Twain

Mark Twain inspired banjo. The frame is made from rescued wood from an old house on southside that was being remodeled. It was fun to paint. The spacing of the words was a little bit of an issue because I didn’t want to break the flow of the prose. - Kunkle