Kk v. Kk or Bromidic Perfunctory Feminism v. Ubiquitous Philosophical Equality fine art print by artists Preston Gravitt and Janet Antepara.
“Kick it in the Poochie” as we call it, is a collaborative effort between very different artistic styles based on the concept of “acception.” Depicted is Preston’s story of two art students and two art teachers. The first student was shown favoritism from one teacher despite her lack of skill by using the argument that feminine flaws are beautiful. The other more skilled student was given the respect of the other teacher for her beautifully feminine artwork. Preston used the experience with favoritism towards feminism and respect towards equality to promote an art piece to make a difference in the real world. Janet stylized the concept adding depth and detail.
40% of sales of the painting and merchandise for Kk v. Kk will be donated to Rose Haven PDX, a day shelter and community center serving women, children and gender non-conforming folks experiencing the trauma of abuse, loss of home and other disruptive life challenges.
Artwork is printed on premium matte or glossy paper using eight dye-based inks that guarantee rich hues to accurately reproduce the original artwork.
Premium matte paper: 56 lbs paper. Smooth, non-reflective matte finish. Fingerprint-free.
Premium glossy paper: 70 lbs paper. High gloss finish.
Artist retains all reproduction rights and copyrights
Sale of art does not reflect transfer of copyrights.