Kurt Halsey Drawings
Written by: Jaclyn Popola
His huge online following is evidenced by the 5,334 members of the Kurt Halsey LiveJournal Community and KHF Icons, although Kurt has apparently said repeatedly that he does not like to see his art manipulated in any way, such as being filled in with color or having text added to it to create fan art. More recently, due to the nature of his artwork, Kurt's drawings have been showing up as tattoo reproductions on the bodies of young hipster, including the adult entertainment actress Allie Sin. His art has been displayed throughout the U.S. and Canada in cities such as Philadelphia, Chicago, Los Angeles, Baltimore and Toronto. Originals are hard to come by since, according to his website, "Kurt's drawings find new homes just about as soon as his hand stops hurting from drawing them" but 8x10 prints can be bought online at his website, www.kurthalsey.com.
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