A farm is a fertile place.
But for Keith Neltner, raised on a fourth-generation family farm among the blue-smoke hills of Camp Springs, Kentucky, the black dirt was perfect for growing ideas.
Neltner, a nationally-known artist, designer, illustrator and creative director, brings a farmer's sweat to the street vibe, resulting in urban art that works hard as a plow mule.
From the time he could grip a pen, he drew on anything he could find: Crates, labels, 2x4s, rusted tin, whatever. (Noth