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Artist Martha Hull: Where Cute Meets Deadly Fun!

Martha at her easel

In 2013, Martha Hull embarked on an exhilarating journey from the corporate world to the realm of art. Based in Portland, Oregon at the time, she ditched the conventional 9-to-5 grind for a canvas of creativity.

It all began with a daring conversation with her boss about balancing work with her passion for art. When that didn't go as planned, Martha had a serendipitous encounter with a vendor from Portland Saturday Market, who lent her a tent and some words of encouragement. The rest, as they say, is history.

With laMartha with Customerughter echoing through her art booth, Martha discovered she had a knack for combining pictures with words, infusing her creations with a unique brand of humor. Fast forward to today, and Martha's art studio in Burlington, Vermont, is a colorful oasis of imagination. Her vibrant artworks, crafted with a paint-layering technique she has perfected, feature big-eyed characters navigating the absurdity of life with a delightful twist.

Martha's creations are a playful reminder that a little laughter goes a long way in brightening even the darkest moments.

Join Martha on this whimsical adventure as she infuses the world with her delightfully warped humor. Embrace the joy of art that dances with playful imagery, inviting you to savor life's ridiculous side with every brushstroke.

 All of our art reproductions are made with archival materials because - why would we settle for anything but the best? The prints and cards are printed on velvety acid-free paper, and every piece of Martha Hull's Cute and Deadly art is created, packaged, and shipped to you absolutely saturated with diabolical love from her Worldwide Domination Headquarters in Burlington, Vermont. 

Here is a collage of pics of Martha's home art studio, where the ideas and paintings happen. The creepy dolls are Martha's muses. Don't let them freak you out. They just want to be loved.


fake it til you make it

Made in Vermont interview, 5-21-23