As long as  the butterfly persists in the company of caterpillars, it will feel like a freak. -Monster

Kristen Brown Artworks

Kristen Brown (better known as, Monster) is a natural-talent canvas artist with 27 years experience painting realism, abstract, and hyper-realism. NFTs are available as the COA for each painting available for sale, though not all painting are available for sale. In the case of the original painting being unavailable, limited edition NFTs are available on Voice..

Kristen Brown is also a published author (What Didn't Kill Me) an EDM artist (Lethal Princess), part of a kpop duo (One Chill) using music in the interest of suicide prevention and personal empowerment, CTE awareness advocate, founder of #TeamMonster, and a Twitter Spaces host #MonsterPresents.

"Emotional distress from C-PTSD, BPD, and CTE, makes for great artwork;

or would my artwork have been even better without

repeated traumatic brain damage, and complex trauma?" -Monster

Thank you for your interest in Kristen Brown artworks. Enjoy!

Monster's Elephant

Monster's Elephant was one of Kristen's beginner experiences in painting realism; given as a gift to Dr. Walters in Jacksonville, Florida in 2013. Limited edition prints are available on Voice.

Sugar Fruit

Sugar Fruit is a 24"x 30"x.5" acrylic painting, owned by an art collector in Texas; Matt Brown (no relation); an homage to a memory of a pear, to which a whole chapter is devoted in the book, "What DIdn't Kill Me" by Kristen Brown. limited edition prints are available on Voice.


Shattered is an unstretched canvas painting, measuring approximately 5' x 7'. The base layer is flat black acrylic, and gloss black latex, to create depth, as each layer of the brightest white (reflective traffic paint), the brightest bold red, and alternating flat and glossy black and white latex, and acrylic paints, creates an effected of shattered glass.

An ethereum nft is available on Voice, to serve as the certificate of authenticity. Shipping not included in the price reflected on Voice. 

Bassnectar Vibe

Bassnectar Vibe is a 5'x7'x2" canvas painting, owned by the artist's youngest daughter. While listening to a playlist of Bassnectar EDM for six hours, layers of latex, oil, and acrylic paints were masterfully intertwined into a web of mystery. The original painting will never be for sale, however, limited edition prints are available via an ethereum NFT on Voice. 

Secret Grotto

Comfortable Darkness

Bass Necktar


Spring Day

Melted Crayons


City Rain

More than Love

Busy Bee


Chaotic Sunset

Intrepid Hope

Luna Sea

Pursuit of Happiness



My Dragon

The only reason the artist even claims this painting, is the fire. Look at that fire. No, like only look at the fire, haha. There should be more fire. 

My dragon is a 24" x 30"x.5" acrylic canvas painting that was trading for left handed guitar lessons, that never actually happened. Now we have no dragon, no fire, and no guitar lessons. Isn't that just the way of things sometimes. Did you see the fire?

Candy Crushed

Have you ever gone down the rabbit hole known as Candy Crush? Then this painting needs no explanation; as it's clearly an exact replica of our brain wiring while playing, Candy Crush for far too many hours in a day. 

Candy Crushed Souls is a 24"x 30"x.5" acrylic and latex canvas painting. The original is not for sale, though you may purchase the nft on Voice to use for prints and merch.


Conflicted is a 24"x 30"x.5" watercolor and acrylic mixed together, spilled on canvas, and a paint brush gently dragging pools of watery paint around in a random, abstract manner. The "conflicted" part is in regards to the artist's desire to paint the "pieces" like stained glass, conflicting with the desire to leave the contrast of black and white. The artist is keeping the painting, so maybe someday, "Conflicted" will get a glow-up and a name change, "Stained Glass Penguin".