Crimes: Have you shown any of your work in galleries or museums? Do
you have anything to say about that sort of thing?
have shown a little bit, but not the work that the people reading this magazine
know me for. I have shown my illustration work at Society of Illustrators and The New York Art Directors
Club. As far as my opinion on galleries, I think they are a great thing .I
see them as another outlet. I'm sure by now you've figured out that I do my work
for everybody to see. That's the whole point. I would much rather have a piece
sitting in a gallery, out on a wall or riding by on a freight than sitting in my
studio where only I and a few other people can see it.
Crimes: What do you think of the freight
Kaws: Freights are good. They let your work travel
all around the country. People can see the actual art rather than a picture in
a magazine or a jpeg on the internet. To see the original artwork is a totally
different experience than a picture because only in the original can you
appreciate the scale and color of the