Called an "incisive observer of human nature" by The New York Times Book Review, Sloane Crosley is the author of the bestsellers I Was Told There'd Be Cake and How Did You Get This Number. Her debut novel The Clasp, released in 2015, was optioned by Universal Pictures in 2016. Her third essay collection, Look Alive Out There, will be released in April 2018.
(A futuristic news anchor giving a fictional monologue amidst a vast array of advertising and distractions. 6 color screen print on cotton rag paper, signed and numbered edition of 13, 22" x 28")
Regionally named after a group of mid 19th century abolitionists fighting for Kansas to enter the union as a free state, Red Legger Studio was established by lifelong Kansan Nick Perry. His influences include underground comics, outlaw print makers, and pop and lowbrow art. He produces fine art screen prints and self-published zines full of wild mash-ups of roadside American ephemera and propaganda.