In 1980, while recovering from the short-lived silver screen fame of the 1950′s-60′s monster era, King Kong met eyes with the beautifully-scaled Godzilla. It was love at first sight, and Kiska was hatched as part of the newest city-crushing generation.
As a child, Kiska spent much of her time jumping off staircases and trees in ridiculous attempts to fly like her favorite comic book heroes, only to find out later it was easier to just draw them.
Years passed, and she learned to except her lack of mutant powers. Instead, she focused her time on destroying small villages and sketching the experience out for her “therapists”.
Today, Kiska has a funky and colorful style that developed from an unhealthy obsession with robots, ninjas, zombies, and things that go “BOOM”! It comes together nicely in her own unique visions of the cartoon world we live in.
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