Kim Bogeman is an illustrator and aspiring ceramic artist focusing on playful color and experimenting with surface. Her work is a mixture of repeating pattern, illustrative porcelain vessels and tiny narratives that explore the everyday as extraordinary.
She currently lives in an attic in Minneapolis with her rescue cat Toulouse, drinking large volumes of tea and coffee. She spends her time camping, traveling, and seeking out vintage lettering and sign painting to document.
Kim has over 5 years of product design experience and currently works as a textile designer on Cat & Jack for Target, and keeps the side hustle going strong by running her online shop while developing a line of functional ceramics.
Some of her clients include Minnesota Hockey, Target, Department 56, NPW, and the Meow Foundation. Her work has been recognized by The Society of Illustrators Los Angeles and Creative Quarterly, and included in the group shows "Animystics", "Color Anthropology", and "Winterland" at Light Grey Art Lab. She has also spoken at the 3% Mini Conference in Minneapolis on a panel called "Stoking Your Creativity".