The mud eating monks of Khuan+Ktron live, work and play in Khuan monastery. Hidden deep in the Haspengouwer hills, where goretex-clad tourists and other strange creatures freely roam the countryside and where words are less important — and a whole lot less reliable — than the phases of the moon, the reclusive brothers and sisters use a homebuilt computer, a jar of stupifyingly black ink, a handful of brushes and needles, a crooked guitar and an old tube amplifier in an amusing but ultimately vain attempt to distill meaning from the one hundred thousand earthly phenomena.

Khuan+Ktron is...

— an olde-fashioned illustration and graphic design studio manufacturing brightly coloured pictures of the floating world, info- and cartographics, brochures, leaflets, pamphlets, posters and books in all shapes and sizes;
— a warm shelter for wandering pilgrims, martial arts instructors, retired mathematicians, heavy metal roadies, spare-time pathologists, daisypickers, vegan cooks, flute-playing shepherds, ascetics, zealots, rock'n'roll mop-tops, off-season theme park enthusiasts, pensioned punks and maggot-infested zombies, united by mutual passions and/or by the illest whims of fate;
— also known as Khuan Cavemen Co., Kwan-to-the-Tung, The Yohns of Yore and Yonder, The Tribe of Goons, The Daruma Crew and The Kargasok Clan.

Khuan+Ktron are...