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KJ Creates Tower of Terror Art for Disney

Posted in News on July 22nd, 2015 by admin

Kevin-John’s latest piece of Disney Art will premier in the Art Galleries of Walt Disney World and Disneyland in the Autumn of 2015.
“IF YOU DARE” is a striking piece featuring a nefarious Bellhop who beckons you to check into room number 13 in the haunted Hollywood Tower Hotel.


Disney Celebrates Haunted Mansion 45th with KJ Art

Posted in News on June 29th, 2015 by admin

Disneyland celebrates the 1969 opening of the Haunted Mansion on August 9th, 2014. In recognition of the 45th anniversary of the attraction, Disney looked to Kevin-John to create a piece for the ghoulish estate.

The exclusive watercolor original art, tiled “Tombstones Quake,” features the caricaturized graveyard caretaker searching the outside premises of the Haunted Mansion.

As this piece incorporates a different style for Kevin-John, the artist turned to the artistic stylings of the Scooby-Doo cartoons of his childhood for inspiration on the look and feel for this piece.

This artwork is exclusive to Disney Parks. For prints, please call Disney Gallery Arts at 877-560-6577, and ask for Tombstones Quake by Kevin-John.

TOPPS Cards Hits Homer With KJ

Posted in News on June 29th, 2015 by admin

Legendary sports card company Topps commissions Kevin-John to produce fine art for their 2015 Topps Museum Collection Baseball card series. Over 100 professional athletes of major league baseball were drawn on the standard trading card format of 2.5″ by 3.5,” the likes of which included Wade Boggs, Ozzie Smith, and Warren Spahn.

KJ Paints Super Bowl Champion QB

Posted in News on June 29th, 2015 by admin

By special commission on Super Bowl Sunday 2015, Kevin-John created a portrait of four times Super Bowl Champion, New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady.

Limited editon lithographs are available at

Kevin-John Illustrates Feature Film

Posted in News on June 29th, 2015 by admin

In 2014, the artwork of Kevin-John premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and theaters around the country in the feature film “No No: A Dockumentary.” The film, which explores the major league pitcher Dock Ellis and his use of drugs during his historical baseball career, features illustrated sequences provided by artist Kevin-John. Among the sequences Kevin-John illustrated, the artist portrayed a locker room bout between the pitcher and boxer Muhammad Ali, and a standoff with Dock and Hall-of-Famer Reggie Jackson.

Other collaborators on the film included Ron Howard and Adam Horovitz, better known as Ad-Rock of the Beastie Boys, who provided music for the film.

The documentary is now available to watch on the cable network Showtime and is also available to stream on Netflix.


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