BradyHess on Apr 13, 2016
100% quality and creative take on one of my favorite spirits. If you sketch up your take on a Four Roses bottle/label, I would buy one no questions asked
cripple13 on Mar 31, 2016
cripple13 on Mar 31, 2016
Krusty is all hand drawn and screen printed with a don't mind being different kind of pride.
This is all my mom’s fault. She taught many years of kindergarten and would bring home leftover art and craft supplies from her classroom. "Busy fingers make happy fingers” she would always say. I happily agreed as I sat for hours at my mini craft table, entertaining myself with crayolas, glue, and felt.
I attended art school where I discovered pushing ink around with a squeegee was awesome (so were keg parties)! We were taught old school screen printing techniques without the use of computers. Stencils made from contact paper, printed with water base inks. Cut and paste with lots of tape, sharpies and white out. I still hold true to some of these methods.
Post school years consisted of a nomadic lifestyle, based around working and playing seasonally. Jobs varied from printing shirts on the Jersey shore with a bunch of metal heads to driving a fork lift on a dock in Southeast Alaska to snowboard instructing in Idaho. Screen printing took a backseat, but I always made time for "busy fingers make happy fingers".
After settling in Montana, it seemed like the time to work on my own venture. I opened an Etsy shop selling crocheted beanies for my ski bum friends. I was also drawing tons more, mainly as a creative exercise, but this drove the business in a totally different direction (also because ski bums are broke). With the help of carpenter hands and a basement, my first small screen printing studio was born.
Currently, I still go to my summer "day job" in Alaska. It's cool because it's always an adventure. I like to think of it as a working vacation and my sketchbooks are always at my side, super valuable for generating new ideas. When I get home to my studio, I am refreshed and super inspired to print and share my work with you.
Kristy "Krusty" Overman
Owner, Designer, Maker
I hope to to provide you with wearable art that tickles your eyeballs. It's kinda weird and funny, surprising, subversive, a lil' bit badass, and a whole bunch of original. Krustystuff is for that person that doesn't mind straying from the pack.
All Krusty designs are hand drawn and screen printed by me in my studio in Montana. I print in small batches and limited editions. Please convo me with any questions and/ or custom orders. Friendly chit chat is welcome, also.
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Accepted payment methods
- Accepts Etsy gift cards
All orders will be sent to your confirmed and verified paypal address. If you want your order sent to another address you must contact me before checkout.
If you would like to purchase insurance or upgrade to priority you must contact me before checkout.
I am not responsible for stolen, lost or damaged packages.
Please allow 3-5 days from purchase, for orders to be shipped.
Refunds and Exchanges
Of course, if I have made a bad, please let me know and I will do what it takes to make it right because I want you to be happy. Really! So please, do not hesitate to contact me if there is any problem. We can make it work.
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Custom orders are welcome. All custom orders are final.