One of our favorite local artists shares a few deets and doodles.
INTERVIEW BY KATIE CANTRELL
Full name: Kristin French Overman
Source of Nickname: The amount of Aquanet on her punk hairdo in high school
Born: Jersey Shore
Home: Whitefish, ca. 2009–
Lucrative summer job: Driving a forklift in Alaska’s fishing industry
Winter job: creating bad-ass art and salty characters
Near-miss job: designing girls’ clothes for Kmart
Favorite salty character: A clam smoking a cigarette in a pair of Converse, saying, “What?”
Favorite tool: Black Sharpie
Work uniform: Vintage red apron from a long-ago thrift store
Inspiration: ’80s punk, skateboarding, snowboarding, the mountains
Future projects: Designing wallpaper or ceramics
Photo by: Mandy Mohler
Doodles on Photo by: Krusty
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