Welcome to the Official Website of Kevin ‘the artist’ Painter!
Here you will find all the news, results, exhibition details, and all the info a fan of the Artist could ask for. Kevin Painter is one of the worlds most recognisable darts players and characters on the oche, with a huge experience playing elite darts for many years. His famous 2004 world championship final against Phil Taylor is seen as one of the greatest televised games of all time.
The Artist won his first TV Tournament; The 2011 Players Championships at the Doncaster Dome, which lead on to him appearing in the 2012 Premier League darts on Sky Sports, in front of huge live crowds of up to 9,000, and hundreds of thousands on live TV. Known for not only his skill with the tungsten, but also his ‘true grit’ on the oche, and also being a dedicated Ipswich Town supporter. Kevin also had 25 England International Appearances before he joined the PDC, which of course he’s very proud of.
If you are on twitter, you can interact with Kevin on his official account here -> @OfficialKP180, as after a short break he is back on twitter with inside news, his personal views, and probably some Ipswich town thoughts.
Want to look the business on the oche or when you watch the darts? Kevin’s brand new design official playing shirt is now available, and Kevin is selling them direct to you signed specially for you!
If you want one of these collectors items, or maybe his new Winmau signature darts, available in 22g and 24g weights, visit his new official merchandise shop.
Kevin is a regular on Sky Sports and ITV4, taking part in most of the televised PDC darts tournaments, and that’s a massive opportunity for any company or business to gain huge exposure of their brand on prime time Sky Sports (and the associated photos will will appear in national newspapers and websites).
Kevin always represents his sponsors with pride, ensuring he helps bring you value for money when you join his team. Get in contact ASAP as The Artist has space available on his shirt currently for a prime sponsor.