Filled with color, characterized by bold black lines, and always capable of sparking a laugh, Grimmís humorous and memorable paintings laugh at life with a wisdom that can only come from an artist who jokes that her desire to create art sprang from her desire to fingerpaint. Minimalist but daring, hilarious but profound, and reminiscent of the art of masters such as Roy Lichtenstein and Keith Haring, Grimmís art is contemporary pop art in its purest form. A native of Canada, Grimmís artistic direction emerged from the doodles she scribbled in the margins of the papers while pursuing a degree. People quickly took notice, and it wasnít long before her work started appearing in multiple venues. After graduation Grimm set out to bring her art to a wider audience. Twenty-four years later, her art has found its way around the world through her own company, which creates apparel and other items featuring her signature warped sense of humor.