Tell me a little about yourself…
My name is Jesse Kunerth and I’m from Orlando, FL currently living in Palm Bay, Florida. I make music posters, mostly hip hop and indie bands. To create the posters, I use hand drawn illustrations of the band or rapper. Then I combine found textures as a background element.
How’d you get started, or what prompted you to begin crafting in your genre?
I started doing the posters when I realized there weren’t a lot of creative hip hop posters out there. I loved hip hop and I’m sure there were others so I just did it. One of my first customers was Questlove from the Roots, followed by A Tribe Called Quest.
Where can we check out and buy your work?
What do you think sets you apart from other artists?
Being original and pushing myself to standout.
What do you get out of being an artist?
Creative freedom. I have a 9 to 5 in graphic design but making posters is where I’m in control.
What inspires you to create the art you do? Where do you get your inspiration?
Music, I’m not good at creating it so I show my love of it through art.
What do others seem to love about your crafts/art, as far as feedback you have gotten?
The uniqueness of it along with diverse selection of rappers/groups.
What is your advice to fellow crafters and artists?
Stay true to yourself. Be influenced by art but don’t copy others.
How would you describe your style, or form of artistry?
Pop art with texture.
Do you have any future plans for your artwork?
Continue to expand our catalog and discover new music that motivates and inspires.
How long have you been an artist? When did you first discover your artistic ability?
I fell in love with hip hop in high school and would draw rappers out of magazines. It was very raw. Mastered the software in college and just continued to grow. It’s all a process and basically doing the same thing I did in high school but just polished the final piece.