Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Panic’s lost 1982 artwork. Found.

Finally! A new post for you to enjoy.

The concept: What if Panic was around in 1982, and our apps were early Atari 2600 games? Here's the solution!

Lukas Ketner 1982 Panic Posters

View & purchase at

Saturday, October 10, 2009

Willamette Week - Missing The Goal

New Illustration for the Wilamette Week. You can read the article here

Wednesday, September 2, 2009

ICON Motorsports - Speed Cretin Helmet

Another helmet!!!

Check of the video of the "Speed Cretin Motor Bike" ICON created to go with the helmet. It's called Speed Cretin vs The Wall of Death. Visit to purchase!

Sunday, August 9, 2009

FINALLY - Artwork posting from my "Black Gold and Iron Ore" show

It's been awhile, but I'm finally posting a few pieces that were on display at Sequential Art Gallery back in May. Some of these pieces are still for sale. I'm in the process of uploading them onto the Black Gold & Iron Ore website. So check the website in the next few weeks to see what is available. Thanks!
This piece is also the cover for The Builders and The Butchers 2nd album. Release June 2009.
"Coffin Blossom" Oil on paper 2009

"I Found a New Home" Digital Painting 2009

Monday, April 6, 2009

Check out the new website dedicated to my upcoming solo show titled "Black Gold and Iron Ore". The artwork is fashioned after songs by The Builders and The Butchers. It will be on display at Sequential Gallery from May 7th, 2009 to June 2nd 2009.

As the countdown to May 7, 2009 approaches we will have more information, images and commentary posted. So check back often!

(This is a re-post from my myspace blog)

Comics to the People! - Art Exhibit at PCPA

This April come to the Portland Center for the Performing Arts and view some original art from local comic artists. I'll have some original pages from my DHP Creepy Comic "Om Nom Nom" on display! -Lukas

Comics to the People!
Location: 1111 SW Broadway Portland OR
Date & Time: April - May 2009

"Portland Center for the Performing Arts, the Stumptown Comics Foundation & Sequential Art Gallery present COMICS TO THE PEOPLE! An Exhibition of Comic Book and Cartoon Art, featuring Stumptown Comics Fest artists. This is the second year PCPA has collaborated with Stumptown Comics Foundation to exhibit a sampling of work being produced by comic book professionals, ranging from industry veterans to emerging talent. COMICS TO THE PEOPLE! boasts 27 artists & 83 pieces of art.

There will be an open reception on First Thursday, April 2nd, from 6-9pm in PCPA's ArtBar, with several of the artists in attendance. The exhibition is available for viewing throughout April and May, during all of PCPA's normal hours of operation."

(This is a re-post from my myspace blog)