Gary Baseman‘s work has been represented in practically every medium. Baseman’s artistic empire includes the award-winning Teacher’s Pet, art for the wildly popular board game Cranium, and packaging art for Mr. Smolin’s 2007 The Crumbling of White People. In 2005, Basemen lent his signature style to Dunny Series 4. We managed to sit him down briefly at KRTV studios to talk about his work, finding himself, and his own holiday.
In this second of three segments, Baseman talks about the need to develop your own style, and how he went about doing just that.
Learn more about Gary Baseman on his artist page, peruse products by Gary Baseman on Kidrobot.com, or view the first segment of the interview.
yea he’s pretty cool…nice to know someone you admire went through the same experiences you yourself are going through
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