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...Kenn, is a Danish artist who draws disturbing monster pictures using only sticky notes as his canvas ... John Kenn Mortensen 'Sticky Monsters' Signing — Gosh Comics ... . These drawings are brilliantly detailed, and are the product of the dreams small children would have. There dark and terrifying but I absolutely LOVE... Maybe you remember reading about John Kenn Mortensen's Monsters On Post-It Notes before on this blog and maybe you have no idea what I'm talking about. Unsettling Post-It Drawings. Post with 74 votes and 1947 views. Shared by aDickInTheHandIsWorthTwo ... Post-It Monstre By John Kenn Mortensen. (con imágenes) ... . Unsettling Post-It Drawings. Post with 74 votes and 1947 views. Shared by aDickInTheHandIsWorthTwoInTheBush. 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 runs wild on the tiny sheets of paper we know as post-its. Image uploaded by Wondεrεrful. Find images and videos about art, dark and drawing on We Heart It - the app to get lost in what you love. New Post. At first glance, I assumed John Kenn Mortensen's ghoulish images were storybook illustrations that were originally drawn on large sheets of paper. Then I read his tiny introduction and discovered that these magnificent monster drawings are simply (and complexly) doodles on Post-it notes. Danish-born John Kenn Mortensen aka Don Kenn is a very talented artist. Not just that but he has the ability to see into childhood nightmares and to translate these onto sticky notes. His monsters have an almost cuddly aspect to them however it is obvious that they're sinisterly dark. Post It Monsters - John Kenn Mortensen. #John Kenn Mortensen #john mortensen #illustrations #horror #macabre #monsters #dark John Kenn Mortensen, his art always sends shivers up my spine. Edward Gorey, his work is like if This art by John Kenn Mortensen is giving me the most MAJOR Breekon and Hope as portrayed by a Leitner... John Kenn Mortensen was born in Denmark in 1978. He is a writer and producer of television shows for children. The father of a pair of young twins, he finds he has very little time to do anything much, but when he does have a spare second, he draws pictures of monsters on post-it notes. show more. John Kenn Mortensen a.k.a 'Don Kenn' is a Danish born kids TV writer and director and in his spare time John has also compiled a book of his favourite post-it notes doodles entitled 'Sticky Monsters' which you can buy from Amazon and his latest novel 'De Utilpassede' is out September 2014. John Kenn Mortensen will be here on Friday, 3rd November, 6-7pm to sign copies of his creepy classic Sticky Monsters, and launch an all-new Gosh! Exclusive print! Denmark native John first came to our attention back in the early 2010's with the publication by Aben Maler of Post-It Monsters, a... 1. not creepy don't post IT! Insufficiently creepy submissions will be removed at moderator's discretion. Generally speaking, if it can work as a post on a comedy or a Post content of that nature in their specific subreddits, this place isn't for comedy it's not a church or a place to discuss politicians. A 136 page collection of John Kenn Mortensens monster drawings, Post-It size and larger formats. John Kenn Mortensen's pen is full of wonderfully creepy monsters which crawl onto sticky yellow What I do know is that John's monsters absolutely hit the spot * Geek Culture * Mortensen's drawings are quite wonderful. It is an incredibly fine concept. Each one completely individual and irrepressible. John Kenn Mortensen was born in Denmark in 1978. He is a writer and producer of television shows for children. The father of a pair of young twins, he finds he has very little time to do anything much, but when he does have a spare second, he draws pictures of monsters on post-it notes....