David Kramer Remixes the Good Life

With bitterly sarcastic and ironic spin, artist David Kramer re-envisions 70’s advertising, giving it a possibly more realistic, certainly more entertaining glass-half full message. An artist from New York, his watercolors have been well received at galleries in the United States, Canada and Europe… proving that people are more than ready for a little humor and straight talk about the American Dream.

For more on David Kramer’s drawings, paintings and videos see or his blog Toothless Alcoholic


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  3. Luv this remix of the good life!

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